Incredible. A harsh review in the New York Times by Nicole Herrington of a documentary called Unmasked Judeophobia, about “the escalation of threats against Jews worldwide,” makes the clear distinction between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism. So anti-Zionism gains legitimacy even in the New York Times, as well it should. Herrington:
But the film loses ground toward the middle, when it calls out individuals (often just by showing their images) and organizations for their passiveness or criticism of Israeli policies without giving a full account of the facts. The roster is long: the United Nations, feminists, the European news media, Alice Walker, human rights groups and American academics.
In the end the issues of anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism are conflated, weakening the filmmaker’s argument. Ultimately the varying points are way too much to take on in one film.