CIF Watch has demonstrated here that the Definition (which it reproduces in full) has not, in fact, been abandoned. While it has not been as widely accepted as might reasonably be wished, it is accepted as the litmus test of antisemitism by a number of organisations and agencies.
Here is an excerpt from the beginning of the Definition, which shows its essence:
And here is the part of the Definition immediately ensuing, specifically alluding to Israel:
Observes CIF Watch inter alia:
"Though most manifestations of antisemitism included in the Working Definition of Antisemitism shouldn’t even need to be pointed out (such as ‘calling for, aiding, or justifying the killing or harming of Jews in the name of a radical ideology or an extremist view of religion’), many who oppose it do so for the following reasons:
1) It defines as antisemitic the equating of Zionism with Nazism.
2) It defines as antisemitic calls for the end of the Jewish state.
It is of course no coincidence that this recent attack on the Working Definition of Antisemitism was leveled by a commentator [White] who continually promotes the second charge at a site which has endorsed the first.
Yet, despite the protests from a few marginal, extremist voices, the Working Definition continues to represent a widely respected, useful tool for understanding modern manifestations of antisemitism ..."Evidently still smarting from his recent bruising by the British Board of Deputies, Stephen Sizer (whose latest Facebook comments include the phrase "Zionism's awful anti-Christian legacy"!) has now added his ten cents' worth regarding the EUMC Working Definition, in promoting White's article: