Stephen Pollard, editor of the Jewish Chronicle, has accused the Guardian of publishing an "antisemitic" letter written by a family of Jews in support of Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn. The line he objected to was:
Influential sections of the Jewish community, maybe guided by their Israeli contacts, are frightened that a notable critic of Israel’s policies and actions might attain a position of prominence in British politics.Source
In his letter, Pollard wrote:
I am sure I do not need to point out to you that this is one of the oldest, most explicit antisemitic memes in existence – the idea that Jews are guided by, and owe their allegiance to, a foreign power (Israel, in the modern world).Source
So Pollard thinks it is "antisemitic" to claim that Jews have any special connection to Israel. Above is a screenshot of the top of his newspaper's website today. As you can see, almost every story refers to Israel in some way. There is even a special section called "Israel News". Not "Mozambique News" or "China News". Nope. Israel News. But it's "antisemitic" to point this out.
The Guardian, incidentally, rejected his complaint.