If you have examples of me doing any of those things, please provide and I will address. Since you have already provided one, I will address it here and now. I do not claim that anyone opposing the actions of Israel's government hates the Jewish people. I very clearly distinguish between valid and real criticism of Israel's government policies and generalized hate speech toward Israel and the Jewish people. For example, claiming that Gaza is equivalent to the Warsaw Ghetto is not a valid criticism of Israel's government policy. Wanna know how I know? It doesn't provide Israel's government policy. Claiming Gaza is equivalent to the Warsaw Ghetto is grossly ignorant of the reasons for and the conditions of the particular event. Wanna know how I know? Because I've researched it and understand the facts. Claiming that Gaza is equivalent to the Warsaw Ghetto is demonizing. It is an emotional appeal. And it subverts an atrocity. Wanna know how I know? Because there is no space in that statement to provide objective and researched facts. Its hate speech pure and simple. In contrast, you mentioned the destruction of the homes of terrorists by Israel. That IS valid criticism of Israel's government policy. It labels a specific policy. It leaves space for discussion centered around facts and objective analysis. (Btw, I agree with you this policy is unacceptable and I condemn it).