Anti-Semitism: The Trap Muslims Fall Into When Discussing Israel And Palestine

TOPSHOT – People hold up placards and Union flags as they gather for a demonstration organised by the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism outside the head office of the British opposition Labour Party in central London on April 8, 2018. – Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been under increasing pressure to address multiple allegations of anti-Semitism within the party, which saw protesters gather outside the party’s head office in London after Jewish campaigners demonstrated outside parliament two weeks ago. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP) (Photo credit should read TOLGA AKMEN/AFP via Getty Images)

The way forward for Muslims finding themselves unknowingly reciting anti-Semitic tropes is, to recognise what they are, and, to take a step back and put themselves in the shoes of Jewish communities. It is only through empathy can we work towards ridding ourselves of this malady. 

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