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Synonyms for Semite

a member of a group of Semitic-speaking peoples of the Middle East and northern Africa

of or relating to or characteristic of Semites


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SIR - Many will have marked Holocaust Memorial Day thinking of the immorality of the state - sanctioned massacre by fascists of a group of Semites in World War Two, simply because of their ethnicity.
First the construction of the Semite is robbed by late nineteenth century anti-Semites of its prophetic dimension and reduced to the demonic.
Luxuriant Palestinian female seeks smoldering fellow Semite to share pungent caresses and tangled tresses in your Nablusi lovenest.
Yes, all the population of this vast area were known as Semites and to this day they are all "cousins.
This volume is the first study to focus in detail on changing perceptions of West Semites in Egypt over time using a multi-disciplined approach that synthesizes data from a wide variety of sources.
Semites and Anti-Semites: An Inquiry into Conflict and Prejudice.
The final section contains two important papers concerning Semites in Egypt and Babylon.
Although both Jews and Arabs are Semites, in the convoluted double-speak Zionist world of Philip Mendes apparently it is possible to be both 'anti-Semitic and pro-Arab' (pro-Palestinian).
From the perspective of the West Semites, the aggressive farmers have encroached on-and ultimately murdered -- their pastoral society.
A mixture of Semites and Indo - Europeans lived there until the Israelites conquered much of the area.
The laughter, it rang hollow, As we watched the semites fall.
Those subsumed under this amorphous populist movement include anti, Semites, white supremacists, "Identity Christians:' homophobes, survivalists, and anti-choice militants.
Pope Pius XI said, "Spiritually, we are all Semites," and John Paul II has said, "Anti-Semitism has no justification and is absolutely condemnable.