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Synonyms for antisemitism

the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people

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Radical antisemites in both the United States and Germany used strikingly similar rhetoric in attacking the Roosevelt administration during the twelve years of its existence, and their language suggests a rethinking of our understanding of antisemitism in both countries.
Dans un telegramme de 1er avril 1941, Truelle informait le gouvernement de Vichy des nouvelles mesures antisemites (63) prises par le gouvernement roumain.
Seldon as the stump comes to be the image of loss, embodying the Jewish fate in that nightmarish antisemitic America; he is the boy who lost his mother in the hands of the Antisemites, as Alvin lost his leg in the War against the Fascists.
De leur cote, les adversaires de la revision--les antidreyfusards--lancaient une campagne antisemite et xenophobe.
The most popular politician in the country was Arnulfo Arias, an antiSemite who openly sympathized with Hitler during World War II and who, during one of his three abortive presidencies, rewrote the Panamanian constitution to call for the deportation of its entire black population.
The recently concluded London trial may be a part of it, even though the result of the trial should have put many doubts to rest - after all, an impartial court listened to the evidence, weighed the facts, examined the historical record and concluded that the Holocaust denier David Irving was wrong, that he wasn't libeled, that he was, in fact, a racist and an antisemite.
Il est antisemite par le lieu ou il a ecrit et edite.
L'Action frangaise et les Juifs, de l'Union sacree a la Revolution nationale (1914-1944)," Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 59 (2012) and "Les debuts de 1'Action frangaise (1899-1914) ou Elaboration d'un nationalisme antisemite," Revue historique, no.
Aux legislatives de juin, le parlement grec a connu un renouvellement radical, apres l'effondrement du vieux systeme bipartite socialiste-droite, et l'avenement de partis plus extremes, a gauche comme a droite, dont pour la premiere fois un parti neo-nazi ouvertement raciste, antisemite et xenophobe.
1) Ford, who was both an antisemite and a prohibitionist, believed that Jews were very powerful, controlled the media, and opposed prohibition so that they could make money from their distilleries and saloons.
One could notice that, regarding both the antisemite understanding of Jewishness (either as a religious problem, or an ethnic one, based on the language criterion) and the antisemite political measures (focused on the citizenship issue), the interwar discourse owes a lot to this period.
That indirect charge that Bonhoeffer was an Antisemite was linguistic sleight-of-hand The claim that the use of the words "Jewish Problem" automatically shows the user to be an Antisemite flies in the face of logic and history, since the phrase was used by U.
Ryszewski's rebirth, from antiSemite to Jewish protector, is retold in the book Words To Outlive Us, a collection of eyewitness accounts from the Warsaw Ghetto.
Maria Turzyma, for example, argued that women s emancipation had to be an act of "self-liberation" since all male-dominated political and social formations were basically in agreement in their opposition to the women's movement, "uniting the reactionary with the Socia l Democrat, the antisemite with the kahalist, the capitalist with the worker.
A right-wing conspiratorial antisemite cranks out crude tracts with tiny circulation; his leftist equivalent, a writer like Gore Vidal, produces best-sellers.