antisemitism

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Synonyms for antisemitism

the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people

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The Zionist lobby is working its utmost on removing those videos by calling them and the BBC anti-semetic.
Australia joined the United States, Canada and Sweden Sunday in boycotting a United Nations conference on racism beginning Monday, saying it was concerned the conference would be used as a platform for anti-Semetic views.
Leading member Maire MhacantSaoi resigned, claiming he could not hold such a position because of his anti-Semetic views.
1949: Screenings of Oliver Twist were banned at a Berlin cinema over accusations of an anti-Semetic portrayal of Fagin
Referring to a certain drunk driver's anti-semetic comments, he said: "Alec Baldwin has a new show on NBC, James Woods has a new show on CBS and Mel Gibson has a new show on Al-Jazeera.
Embassy officials expressed concern regarding anti-Semetic incidents and urged the Government to intensify its efforts to counter this trend.
Thus when she notes that among Johann Strauss's papers is an incomplete sketch for an operetta with some anti-semetic lines, she does not climb into a pulpit to assault him.
She opened up a pamphlet called ``Art as Propaganda Against Jews and Scientologists in Germany; Echos of the Past Reverberate in the Present,'' and pointed to reproductions of anti-Semetic posters juxtaposed with anti-Scientologist posters.
118) Audit of Anti-Semetic Incidents, Anti-Defamation League, at 19, app.
Trump was accused of using messaging with anti-Semetic themes during last year's presidential campaign.
Nasri tweeted: "It has absolutely nothing to do with being anti-Semetic or against Jewish people.
Gibson was allegedly caught on air calling WGN-TV presenter Dean Richards an "a**hole" after he was quizzed about his drinking past and infamous anti-Semetic rant
Could the Councillors who wrote it please explain how they are not anti-semetic, or divisive, as they so claim?
The same parent also alleged anti-semetic remarks were made to her children in various locations in the school.