noun \ ˈd(y)o͞oəl ˈloiəltē \
: loyalty to two separate interests that potentially conflict with each other, leading to a conflict of interest
WHEN IT BECOMES ANTISEMITIC:
Dual loyalty is a bigoted trope used to cast Jews as the “other.” By accusing Jews of being disloyal citizens whose true allegiance is to Israel or a hidden Jewish agenda, antisemites sow distrust and spread harmful ideas—like the belief that Jews are a traitorous “fifth column” undermining our country.
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