But you don't, that's part of the problem. You must have some kind of crazy set of corrective lenses that tones down all the Judaism talk before it reaches your eyes. 100% agreed. I've seen a few folks posting disturbingly inciteful things about Islam on occasion, not sure if I've reported them in the past but I'll start doing it in the future. The vast majority of the posts from Islam's critics seem reasonable on the whole though, IMO. It's hypocritical to protect Jews from criticism that would be deemed acceptable against other racial groups. If someone wanted to complain that Toronto's Jewish community hasn't done enough to integrate into the city, for instance, I don't see how that could be taken as racist- they're criticizing an action ascribed to a sizeable but not all-encompassing portion of the community, and then suggesting a socially-inclusive solution to help solve the problem. It's also hypocritical to focus on the actions of Jews in Israel and worldwide, to criticize their actions and call for severe exodus-scale punishment, but to ignore the actions of the other 99.8% of the world and the reciprocal punishments they would also have to accept for their own actions.