Here is what I wrote to the editors of that site:
Dear Sir or Madam:
It has come to my attention that you have listed an article I wrote as an "anti-Semitic event."
I am an observant Jew and a lover of Jews and Israel. You may check me out with Abe Foxman or Natan Sharansky or Malcolm Hoenlein or any number of other prominent American Jews or Israelis.
What I was trying to suggest in the article is that Jews are good for a country's economy, as is creating conditions in which Jews and other minorities feel welcome. I don't think that's anti-Semitic. If you do, I'd be happy to discuss it with you. If you have questions please feel free to contact me in Brooklyn at 718 499 2199 or by email at the address above.
Please remove the article and my photograph from the list of anti-Semitic incidents, as I think it's unfair to lump me together with genuine violent anti-Semites. In fact, it only hurts a serious effort to fight anti-Semitism, which is a real problem, to lump an article like mine in with genuine Jew haters.
Update: The Jewish Telegraphic Agency has weighed in with an article that says that while I may be a neo-conservative, I am not an anti-Semite. It includes a lovely screen grab of my picture in the middle of the rogues gallery of anti-Semites.