anti-semitic


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relating to or characterized by anti-Semitism

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Congress spokesman Michael Thaidigsmann said: "We find it a worrying sign that these people express their anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli ideology in such a public way.
POLICE and Town officials are investigating claims of anti-Semitic chanting at Saturday's big derby match.
France: Jewish organisations said Wednesday that France saw an unprecedented rise in anti-Semitic attacks last year, fuelled in part by extremist gunman Mohamed Merah's attack on a Jewish school.
Mee, a Jew, claims he was told to remove part of his arrest report, "effectively participating in covering up the anti-Semitic posture of Mr Gibson".
In the six chapters of her book Knittel attempts to systematically deconstruct the language of Mahler's critics, devoting separate chapters to Alfred Roller's and Alma Mahler's descriptions of Mahler's body ("Die Bildnisse von Gustav Mahler"), to Wagner's poisonous essay and its resonances with old and new anti-Semitic tropes ("Das Judentum in der Musik"), to Viennese reviews of Mahler's symphonies ("Die Wiener Kritiker") and of Richard Strauss's symphonic poems ("Das Problem Richard Strauss"), concluding with the evaluation of Mahler scholarship in the present ("Eine musikalische Physiognomik").
Is it anti-Semitic to suggest that's how anti-Semitism works?
The Act defines a person as being anti-Semitic for holding any of a number of beliefs.
It said that Lebanese media outlets such as Hizbullah's Al-Manar television, as well as "independent" dailies such as An-Nahar and Al-Mustaqbal, published anti-Semitic material and drew no government response.
In 2006, the war between Israel and Hezbollah in Lebanon led to the highest ever recorded number of anti-Semitic incidents in the UK, the report said.
Rydzyk, who has been accused of calling Jews greedy, has said his statements were not meant to offend, although Israeli and international Jewish groups have long claimed his views were anti-Semitic.
A Tyneside church is to screen a film which has been accused of being anti-Semitic, excessively violent and departing from biblical truth.
In the late 1970s, at the height of the debate over the origins of the "Final Solution," Martin Broszat and other functionalists interpreted anti-Semitic propaganda as a tool of Nazi leaders to bind together the party faithful.
There were 594 anti-semitic incidents in Britain in 2006, up 31% from 2005, according to the Community Security Trust (CST).
Task force members in the past have declined forum organizers' invitation to a public debate, contending that doing so would give undue credence to anti-Semitic views.