It is possible to explain a part, or most of, the criticism from the left around the world towards Israel by the principle of “intersectionality”. Intersectionality is a term coined in 1989 by Kimberly Williams Crenshaw, activist and academic. Crenshaw believes that we should think about every element or trait of a person as inextricably united with every other element. That way we can understand how systematic injustice and social inequality happens from a multidimensional base. Therefore, there are groups, which feel affected or under unjust situations, that have united and created alliances (even though some are incomprehensible, for example, the extreme left and the Islamic radicalism). Most organizations from the European left and some from Latin America are indifferent, they unite and many times promote Judeophobia. Examples? During the annual convention of the Labor Party of Great Britain (2017), its leader Jeremy Corbyn was urged to act because they distributed pamphlets from the Marxist Labor Party that argued the “communion between Zionists and Nazis” and cited Reinhard Heydrich, the architect of the Final Solution, stating that the “nationalists did not have any intention of attacking the Jewish people”. Another one: Pablo Iglesias from the Podemos party in Spain, who receives Iranian donations, via contracts, to make a TV program in “Hispan TV”. In Latin America, there are manifestations such as in Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia or the clear anti-Semitism from the Quebracho left in Argentina. Anti-Zionism from the left uses many Satanist mechanisms from the classic European anti-Semitism. It is hard for them to hate the Jews but they demonize the “Jew among nations” (Israel). Jean-Paul Sartre would feel ashamed of the current behavior of the left towards the Hebrew state… “Israel is imperialist with its kibbutzim, and the Arabs are socialists with their feudal states”, he mocked those who presented Zionism as “colonialism”.