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Synonyms for antisemitic

relating to or characterized by anti-Semitism


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No Jewish major leaguer was more a victim of antisemitic abuse than was the future Jewish Hall of Famer.
However, even though rereading its highlighted antisemitic passages proved to be uncomfortable, it was necessary for a richer understanding of the Christian scriptures.
Defence lawyers and her mother had described the woman as psychologically fragile and deeply sorry for her lie, which created an uproar in France as the government is trying to combat a rise in antiSemitic and other hate crimes.
Israel's Minister for Diaspora Affairs,Nathan Sharansky, told the meeting in Brussels that his government accepted criticism,but he said there was a ``fine line'' between legitimate differences and antiSemitic ``demonisation''.
To the non-expert observer, it appears that secular, highly autocratic, albeit culturally somewhat diverse, societies like Egypt and Syria (which also both border Israel) are the source of disproportionate amounts of antisemitic hate.
The great strength in this study is Magnus's close attention to the differing forms of anti-Jewish behavior and her sharp analysis of why antisemitic attitudes changed over time.
Yet the distinction between old and new antisemitism is the subject of manifold and often confusing debates, in which the positions range from an ardent conviction of the existence of a qualitative change (3) to total rejection not only of the change itself but even of its antisemitic character, (4) with some describing the accepted newness not as antisemitism but as Judeophobia.
If so, isn't it possible that those British leftists who are antisemitic are no different in this regard than their counterparts from other parts of the British political spectrum?
Spurs fans were targeted by antisemitic thugs in Lyon on Wednesday night, and were also attacked by Lazio fans in Rome last November.
Although Frank Norris, Theodore Dreiser, and Edith Wharton are considered naturalists, Hamlin Garland typically a regionalist, and Willa Cather a modernist, Pizer's useful, if terse, study brings them together for their shared participation in antisemitic culture, despite their erstwhile commitments to progressive reform and enlightened values in other social areas.
There were 594 antisemitic incidents in Britain in 2006, up 31% from 2005, according to the Community Security Trust (CST).
They were frequently subjected to antisemitic jibes and slurs but also on occasions to vigorous and impassioned panegyrics.
Whilst the excesses of the Nazis between 1939 and 1945 are conveniently forgotten, antisemitic propaganda always seems to remember the Middle East troubles between 1945 and 1948.
They also focus on antisemitic themes in the course of their narrative, including Jews as "Christ-killers," as diabolical agents, as engaging in the ritual murder of Christian children whose blood was supposedly used to make matzoh bread--as well as more modern forms such as conspirators who aim at world domination, creators of a Holocaust myth in order to gain reparations from Germany, and central figures in the African slave trade.
While Moyse and Brandon thus sought to create a new arsenal of Jewish imagery where none had existed before, Alphonse Levy (1843-1918) engaged in a more subtle but ambitious project, namely in a direct confrontation with the traditional antisemitic imagery that did exist Thus, while Moyse extolled rabbis and Brandon glorified the synagogue as the new focal point of contemporary Jewish life, Levy sought to restore a sense of charm and innocence to Jews and Jewish life which traditional antisemitic imagery had long denied them.