Would someone please explain to me how being against Israel's actions somehow makes one an anti-Semite?
Israel is a nation-state, and its actions are legitimate targets for praise or criticism, as are the actions of any nation-state.
Being Jewish on the other hand, is--depending on your particular interpretation--either a religion or a culture or both.
How is criticism of a nation-state construed as criticism of the culture/religion? I don't get it.
If someone criticizes the actions of the United States, does that automatically constitute criticism of me as an Irish-American or a Methodist, for example?