This is a great essay.
"It seems to have been the assumption of many involved in trying to
prevent anti-Semitism in Europe that the problem of anti-Israel and
anti-Semitic activism could be put down, among the Muslim communities,
to a minority of radicalized people called "Islamists."
recognized to be the sort involved in extremist groups, such as Hizb
ut-Tahrir or similar groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood and its
various Western front-groups. They were expected to be individuals who
are highly politically and religiously motivated -- very possibly the
same people who attend protests against American or any other Western
military engagements in the world."
"But now, since Gaza, a terrible
realization has begun to strike: that analysts may have been focusing
on the tip of the iceberg while ignoring the vast immensities beneath."