I'd prefer to discuss why anti-semitism and Orthodoxy seem to go hand in hand.
They do not go hand in hand..... that is the simple answer, and I do not know of any authentic writing or original teachings that propagate hatred against any race.
However, it seems that to disapprove of the Israeli state politics is equal to being a racist in nowadays circles, which is a distortion. This are politics, based on interests, and nothing else, and I believe the media should try to cover it as such without trying to shuff in some morals and try to make it look as the bad vs. good thing, a view that never existed in the whole history of struggle between nations.
The same thing with the Palestinians. They are semetic as well,and when criticised , it should be based on actions of the PLO or their political figures and not because they are semetic, arabs or otherwise.
One other thing : The Protestant leaders are sold to the Israeli cause. I do not care about somebody not reading history or having distortd views about the conflict in the Middle East, but what is outrageous is the insistence on making christianity and the interest of Israel one thing, and go the distance in twisting the scripture to support their claims.
I see Protestantism growing to be the very same it rejected once in the 16th century. They refused to mix politics with religion, now they are all involved in it to their neck and trying to motivate political positions from the Bible, only they are serving their own ends.
They rejected the authority of the Pope, and now every pastor in the smallest church in a town is at liberity to introduce new teachings.