From Times of Israel: http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/letter-to-an-antisemite/
January 12, 2015
I received your message the other day. Thank you for taking the time to write. You asked me why I, a non-Jew, speak so loudly about antisemitism. You said that I make too much of a big deal about Israel. You said that lots of people are anti-Zionist without being antisemitic,even Jews! You said that antisemitism is not really a problem, and that the Holocaust should be left alone in the history books. You said that I should forget about the outdated issue of antisemitism.
I regret that my support for Israel offends you and that my opposition to antisemitism disturbs you, but I will reply to your recommendations by asking you some questions.
Since you are an educated person, you must be aware of the overwhelming evidence that Israel is isolated, demonized, singled out, and boycotted for the sole reason that it is the Jewish state. Why do you choose to ignore this antisemitism?
When someone makes callous remarks about the Jewish nation being “that shitty little country”, do you nod enthusiastically?
When someone arrogantly declares that Israel is a Western imperialist power on the land where Jews have lived for over three thousand years, do you agree?
When someone scornfully announces that Israel’s settlements building is an obstacle to peace even though Palestinians have rejected multiple attempts at a two-state solution, do you respond with approval?
When someone self-importantly condemns Israel’s security barrier, claiming that it is racist, do you acquiesce?
When someone condescendingly makes claims of “apartheid” in Israel, the only country in the Middle East where the rights of religious and ethnic minorities are respected, do you approve?
When someone disdainfully proclaims that Israel is engaged in genocide in Gaza every time it dares defend itself against terrorism, do you smile in agreement?