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originally posted by: Shiloh7
They trace a direct link to the people in the British Isles, especially the Welsh to the missing tribes of Israelites who went out of Babylon yet chose not to return to Jerusalem and Judah and disappeared. They had to have gone somewhere.
Are you saying that those who are against Israel policies and for Palestine's right to exist aren't anti-semite? News at 11
Anyway, just a small part of muslims speak semitic languages nowadays, might be better to replace muslim with arabs in your sentence.
originally posted by: DJW001
That depends on whether or not it's the policies or the people you do not like. I am opposed to many of Israel's policies and support Palestine's right to exist as a state. I also support Israel's right to exist. People who do not believe Israel has a right to exist generally don't like Jews, which is why they ignore the fact that the treaty the gives Palestine the right to exist also gives Israel the right to exist.
But they all read and chant the Q'uran in medieval Arabic, which is a Semitic language.