Re: meet the new bagholder, same as the old bagholder
"Read those comments,and yet again nothing anti semantic in them" - it is a shame that you are either wilfully misunderstanding, or possibly too stupid to understand that's the point - the other stories don't gather any comment that could be construed as antisemitic.
Yet the very first comment on this story, about an Israeli company, makes use of imagery that has been used to further antisemitic conspiracies.
It's the context that makes it antisemitic.
The use of potentially antisemitic comments obviously wouldn't be antisemitic if Israel wasn't involved, but no such comments appear when Israel isn't involved! What is it about a commentator that makes them use potentially antisemitic comments only in stories about Israel? Given the context, it probably isn't accidental and is due to antisemitic bias.
"as soon as someone criticizes the Israeli government or a Israeli company,scream " anti sematic"" - criticism of Israel/Israelis is not antisemitic. However, criticising Israel/Israelis differently than you do other countries or other people is antisemitic. The "low lives that have put journalists, political activists in serious risk of harm or detention" are not NSO, yet there is no criticism of the countries that are misusing the product - to you, it is the Israeli company that is "the real issue".
Neither challenging (what I'm doing), or ignoring/promoting (not totally sure which one of these two options you are doing) antisemitism leads to "mass child abuse in Bradford". By including this tangential comment in your latest ramble makes me think you are not just an antisemite, but are probably a racist in general.
Given the rampant antisemitism of the time, the Middle Ages is the last place Jews would want to be, especially not Israeli Jews working in a very 21st Century industry.