As I read this latest Guardian piece by Max Hastings, if there is a resurgence of anti-Semitism in the world, then Israel and those diaspora Jews who aren't sufficiently critical of Israel will be (are) responsible for it:
If Israel persists with its current policies, and Jewish lobbies around the world continue to express solidarity with repression of the Palestinians, then genuine anti-semitism is bound to increase.And there was I imagining that it is those who propagate, embrace and excuse anti-Semitism who are the real culprits.
[T]he most important service the world's Jews can render to Israel today is to persuade its people that the only plausible result of their government's behaviour is a terrible loneliness in the world.
Hastings is also a 'despair that finds its only outlet in terrorism' man. It's funny that way, despair: it does that when it does, but when it doesn't it doesn't; and none of Hastings' tribe ever says why.