Israel and all tactics used therein are Judaism. Being against their treatment of the Palestinians is therefore, obviously, anti-semitic.
If a nation with an incredibly large army, wealthy, empowered citizens, and sophisticated weaponry bombs civilians, it's "self defense." If a nation that has no army, disenfranchised, penniless citizens, and makeshift weaponry made in secret bombs civilians, that's "terrorism."
If your president begins to command unprecedented powers, setting up detainment camps, and holding citizens without charging them, he's "taking preventive measures against terrorism." If other nations' leaders command unprecedented powers, set up detainment camps, and hold citizens without charging them, they're "dictators."
When the United States sets up training camps for men to learn guerilla warfare, create uprisings and inspire a state of terror, those are "special forces training." When other people make camps to teach tactics for guerilla warfare, creating uprisings and inspiring a state of terror, those are "terrorist training camps."
When the United states uses dogs, cats, monkeys, and other animals to test the effects of radiation, chemical and biological warfare agents, and those things in combination and shields the public from what it's doing, that's "necessary scientific research." When another nation uses dogs in tests of chemical warfare agents and puts it on videotape, that's "disturbing images showing the dying moments of the defenseless, enclosed animals."
Protesting against Muslim fundamentalists stoning adultresses is fine - but criticisms of Christian fundamentalists go against the American Way.
If another nation's children are forced to listen to pro-government statements and are compelled to pledge allegiance to their nation daily, that's "indoctrination." If the US's children are forced to listen to pro-government statements and are compelled to pledge allegiance to their nation daily, that's "patriotism," and those against it are anti-American.