It's the very definition of Orwellian: a panel titled "Anti-Semitism and the Struggle for Justice" that's actually meant to promote Israel-bashing.
Co-sponsored by The New School's Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism program, the Nov. 28 event bills itself as "a discussion on how to combat anti-Semitism." But it quickly reveals its true goal.
"When anti-Semitism is redefined as criticism of Israel," reads the description, "critics of Israeli policy become accused and targeted more than the growing far-right."
Translation: Pretend you merely hate Israel — and not Jews per se — and you can't be called an anti-Semite.