Most UK citizens find these accusations of antisemitism remote, incomprehensible even, certainly boring. We know what antisemitism is and it doesn't need to be defined, trying to define it only leads to nitty-gritty dispute. Principally it is anti-social acts like desecrating buildings, or leveling attacks on Jews, attempting to stir others to such actions, and so on, which are crimes anyway, exactly the same crimes whoever the victim. I hold no torch for Corbyn but he is not a racist; his views on Palestine are natural; the oppression of the Palestinian people is seriously distasteful and would be so whatever group was perpetrating it. It is not ordinary non-Jewish folk who create pressure on Israel's actions but the actions themselves, and those like Netanyahu and his ilk who distorted things by pretending to represent all Jews. When we faced the ugliness of South African apartheid no one viewed it other than a local geographical issue of a specific group of white settlers applying rigid discrimination, legislation, and land theft against the indigenous people, which is exactly the what it is over there. Just as with South Africa, it has to be resolved by external pressure. It is understandable that Israelis attempt to resist such pressure, and their accusations of antisemitism are feather smoke blown in our eyes. Dame Margaret Hodge is an ill-mannered nut-case but there are, alas, several of them on both sides in the Commons. The solution is not to worry too much about antisemitism but get on with BDS, which has been cruising down the runway too long and needs to take off.
If the Palestinians are ever to regain their homeland, it is desirable, if not indeed essential, that plans be laid, ideally at a UN level, to determine where the evacuated settlers are to go. It was bad enough for Palestinians themselves but at least they were able to flee to refuge, however primitive, in neighbouring countries. But where would settlers go? I doubt there is a nation on earth would accept them. What are they to do? Invade Jordan? Requisition Lebanon? It's all very well wanting them cleared from stolen land but where are they to go? I have never seen any reason why Jews should not have a land of their own and maintain they own customs in it if that is what they want, but not by ousting indigenous inhabitants. Look at the problems bona fide refugees face, the heart rending scenes and stories, and just imagine the media attention settlers would get. And it would be worse for settlers because refugees drowning in the Aegean are victims whereas it would require a Papal level of humanity to see settlers in that light.