On the evening of July 3 and the morning of July 4, 1976, Israeli commandos storm Entebbe Airport in Uganda, saving hostages held there by Palestinian and German terrorists. It's worth remembering that all hostages were released with the exception of Israelis and Jews. With the exception of Israelis and Jews. It might be a good idea to remember this detail when one broadly and indiscriminately criticizes Israel and then wonders how this could possibly be construed as anti-Semitism.
It is possible, of course, to criticize Israeli policies and tactics and not be anti-Semitic. But what is too often forgotten or ignored is the series of provocations and crimes against common Israelis and Jews with no connection to the Israeli government.