It's a vexed question. As mentioned below (well, in the archives by now) if you looked up the word "Jew" on Google a few weeks ago the first site on the list would be Jewwatch: a neo-Nazi site. There was a campaign to have people link with Wikipedia by way of the word "Jew". And here things become politically ambiguous. I was happy to link in with wikipedia for a non-Nazi definition of who is a Jew. The problem is that the wikipedia definitions are distinctly Zionist. Satmar and Neturei Karta - www.jewsnotzionists.org - are anti-Zionist and are strictly excluded from wikipedia. Moreover, the neo-Nazi "Jewwatch" site, according to the Zionist Jewish Chronicle (UK) has lost its hosting through pressure brought to bear on the hosts. But wait, there's more. Google has now rigged its search facility so that when you look for the word "Jew" a disclaimer by Google appears in the top left corner. Anyway when you click on this an "explanation" by Google takes you, ultimately, to two Zionist organisations: The Anti-Defamation League and the Jewish Internet Association. The neo-Nazis of "Jewwatch" have got their come uppance for the time being but free speech on Israel may suffer in the medium to long term.