Fred Maroun sums it up:
The left accepts Jews as long as Jews renounce their connections to their past, to their present, and to the land that has always been at the center of their religion and culture.
In other words, the left accepts Jews as long as they are no longer Jewish. It is a form of “Jew-friendly” anti-Semitism, which is a contradiction in terms.
Left-wing activists like to present themselves as spokespeople for minorities, but when it comes to Jews, they are failing miserably because they refuse to see that the anti-Semitism of today is mostly disguised as anti-Zionism.
By refusing to boldly stand for the right of self-determination of the Jewish people, the left is marching hand-in-hand with anti-Semites. Unlike more traditional anti-Semites, they do not see themselves as anti-Jewish, which makes them incapable of seeing their own biases and their own problem.
Consequently, the left’s anti-Semitism is likely the most insidious and the most resilient antisemitism of all.