When a non-Jew who is no Arab or Muslim passionately defends the Palestinians and harshly criticizes Israel there is a very good chance that he/she is a Jew-hater. They are can be easily identified just after a few questions.
1. Ask them why are they concerned about the Palestinians? There is a good chance they will answer, "I care about the Palestinians because I am a humanist".
2. Why did you pick that particular area and group considering there are starving Indians, hungry Africans, thousands of sick children in Bangladesh or Burma, persecution of women in Saudi Arabia, honor killings in Jordan, etc.? In addition, there are 100 conflicts in world: the annihilation of Black Africans in Sudan at the hands of the Arab militia, trouble in Kashmir, persecution of the Coptic Christians in Egypt, war in Uganda and Somalia, etc.? This is when they start to crumble, as there is no good answer. In this case they promptly revert to the issue of "occupation" and the Jewish "settlements".
3. At this point bring up Jesus. Was Jesus a Palestinian Arab from Bethlehem, Palestine or Bethlehem, Judea? How can the Jews be occupiers when your own Messiah comes from the Jewish state of Judea rather than Arab Palestine? Yet, the Palestinian Arabs claim that both Bethlehem and Jesus were Palestinian Arab.
4. Even if they are atheists they feel cornered. There is a good chance they bring up the Jews who are very critical of Israel as an excuse for their support of Palestinian Arabs. If they justify their focus on Israel, hatred of Zionism and Sharon, because of Jews who are critical of the Israeli government you are dealing with an intense anti-Semite.
The non-Jews who donâ€™t harbor hatred toward Jews are not preoccupied or obsessed with Zionism or Israel.