Covenent Zone has an excellent summary of the Vancouver event during which Official Jews posed and answered the query, "Are we (meaning we Jews) too thin-skinned." As expected (by me, anyway) the conclusion was, "Nuh uh!"
The part that I found so disturbing--aside from the typical O.J. cluelessness about the boomerang effect of policing and punishing peoples' thoughts (the effect being that once you throw the sucker out there, it's inevitably coming back to hit you in the tuches)--is the revelation that the O.J.s can't wait for parliamentarians to come up with a hard and fast definition of "antisemitism." I doubt these politicians have either the knowledge or the insight to craft one, and their defition, if imprecise, has the potential to do more harm than good. By that I mean we could end up with something as poorly conceived as Section 13, whose fuzzy language--and the thinking behind it--has ending up doing incalculable damage to our body politic. (h/t BCF)