It doesn’t delight me to say it, since it’s part of the fallout from a holocaust happening in real time. It would upset my parents if they were alive. I wrote here about Jewish pre-Zionist history, my own in particular. Zionism was nothing at all until the 19th Century, as elaborated
Got that right!
Replaced by insane "Christian Zionism".
It's very sad, if you are right about the backlash against Jews for a long time to come. I've tried hard to make people understand that one can criticize a government, or a government's policies, but not have any grievance with, or dislike of, a people or an ethnicity. Unfortunately, too many try very hard to conflate Israel and being Jewish (I am staying away from "Semites" because that technically includes Arabs), and decry any criticism of that right-wing and somewhat corrupt government as being "Antisemitism!" And left-wing Jews and left-wing Zionists find themselves in moral quandary and cognitive dissonance, as they see treatment of Palestinians that are, by any standards, repressive and brutal.
I'm not as concerned about antisemitism as Max. At least not in the short term, and at least to the extent it is driven by Israeli misbehavior. To me, antisemitism is invariably associated with the right. (The college kiddies are practicing oppositional-defiant disorder, not antisemitism.) For the time being, the right loves them some Israelis. It's not because of the Book of Revelation. They admire the unapologetic ethnonationalist wog-bashing practiced by the Israeli government. The MAGA folk might resent the (((elites))), but they're not to be confused with Israelis.