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Synonyms for anti-Semitism

the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people


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First, Jacqueline Kent Cooke, who was arrested last week after she allegedly said "hurry up, Jews" to fellow patrons at an Upper East Side restaurant before swinging her glass clutch and hitting an attorney named Matthew Haberkorn in the head, told the New York Post that she was the real victim here, and in no way an anti-Semite.
00--Ostensibly, Robert Holub's provocative new work seeks to find middle ground between those who assert that Nietzsche is an anti-Semite and a forerunner to National Socialism and those who intransigently defend Nietzsche against such charges, arguing that he was in fact free from anti-Jewish prejudice.
At this moment, when France has a good deal of soul-searching to do, we may do well to recall the thoughts of Jean-Paul Sartre, whose Anti-Semite and Jew, though written over seventy years ago, contains observations that are no less true today, such as his diagnosis of anti-Semitism as an all-consuming passion, a "total choice" that transforms hatred into a faith.
Cries of anti-Semitism against dissenters is a gross manipulation of what it is to be an anti-Semite and completely false as well as destructive.
Rob Boston, AU assistant director of communications, noted in his 2000 book Close Encounters with the religious ous Right that there is no evidence that Barton himself is a racist or an anti-Semite - but the fact that he twice addressed these groups is well known.
In "Pour les juifs," an 1896 article published in Le Figaro, Zola takes anti-Semites to task for denouncing Jewish avarice--but not because he considers the accusation untrue.
The book opens with an evenhanded and wide-ranging discussion of the problems of writing about this topic, about the fairness of using quotation and about the curious fascination we often have with anti-Semites.
Not only is this a core belief among anti-Semites, it is also advanced by some advocates for Israel, who see this notion serving their purpose.
But what anti-Semites conceal their anti-Semitism this way?
Shades of the past: Anti-Semites smeared swastikas on a new German synagogue two days before the anniversary of the Nazi pogram on Kristallnacht.
Just a few years ago, anti-Semites only had their fellow cohorts with whom they could share their anti-Jewish views and conspiracy theories.
While there were radical nationalists and anti-Semites this was not true of the Monarchy as a whole.
Thus, in today's Democratic Party we get one of the strangest of coalitions -- Jews, who overwhelmingly vote Democratic, and left-wing anti-Semites, who blame Israel (and American Jews) for all the world's ills.
One of the problems with the slur of anti-Semitism is that it ignores the vast gulf between those who raise legitimate moral objections to Israeli actions and actual anti-Semites, either of the house-and-garden variety or those who want to destroy Israel and all Jews.
Accordingly, Jewish actions do not in themselves cause or contribute to the rise of Anti-Semitism but rather anti-Semites seize upon any act of Israel and distort the outcomes to suit their need for anti-Semitic fodder.