The U.S. State Department’s “working definition of anti-Semitism,” was signed on May 26, 2016, in Bucharest, Romania, and adopted by 31 member states of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, including the United States, under the Obama administration. The definition has carried over to the current administration, and the intent is for it to guide American understanding of anti-Semitism into the future.
This definition (Reference: Defining Anti-Semitism – Office Of International Religious Freedom
) is centered around the 3-D’s of discrimination: Demonizing, Delegitimizing, and applying a Double Standard to Israel for actions common to other countries including the USA
. It also says, in part, “Anti-Semitism frequently charges Jews with conspiring to harm humanity, and it is often used to blame Jews for ‘why things go wrong.’” Note that anti-Zionism delegitimizes the Jewish State of Israel, and only this Jewish state among all sovereign states; anti-Zionism IS anti-Semitism.