The strength and power of “Inside the Antisemitic Mind” is its capacity — and here linguistics and cognitive science help — to portray the language and mindset of antisemites in the moment of their regeneration in our time. The authors proceed with a set-up that is both capacious, in that the study allows for the maximum exposure of anti-Semitic statements, and ingenious in that it proceeds from a discussion of anti-Semitic stereotypes to their articulation as “anti-Israelism“ to their emotive and cognitive dimensions.