New antisemitism



New antisemitism is the concept That a new form of antisemitism HAS Developed in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, emanating Simultaneously from the far left , Islamism , and the far right , and That it tend to manifest Itself as opposition to Zionism and the State of Israel . The concept posits Generally That much of what is purported to be criticism of Israel by various Individuals and world bodies, is, in fact, tantamount to demonization , and That, together with an international resurgence of Alleged attacks were Jews and Jewish symbolsAntisemitic beliefs in public discourse, such demonization represents an evolution in the appearance of antisemitic beliefs. [1] Read More…

Alvin Hirsch Rosenfeld

Alvin Hirsch Rosenfeld (born 1938) is an American professor and scholar who has written about the Holocaust , and the new antisemitism . He holds the Irving M. Glazer Chair in Jewish Studies at Indiana University , and is the Director of the Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism . Read More…

Red-green-brown alliance

The term red-green-brown alliance , originating in France , refers to the alleged alliance of Leftists ( red ), Islamists ( green ), and Ultranationalists ( brown ). The term is Often used in a broad sense to Refer to antisemitic and / or anti-American anti-Western views shared by disparate groups and movements. Read More…

Progressive Jewish Thought and the New Anti-Semitism

“Progressive” Jewish Thought and the New Anti-Semitism is a 2006 essay written by Alvin Hirsch Rosenfeld , director of Indiana University’s Center for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism and professor of English and Jewish Studies. [1] It was published by the American Jewish Committee (AJC) with an introduction by AJC executive director David A. Harris . [2] The essay claims that a “number of Jews, through their speaking and writing, are feeding a virulent antisemitism by questioning whether Israel should even exist”. [3] Read More…

Post-September 11 anti-war movement

The post-September 11 anti-war movement is an anti-war social movement that emerged after the September 11 terrorist attacks in response to the War on Terrorism .

Background

On September 11, 2001 a series of coordinated terrorist attacks against the United States killed approximately 3000 people. These attacks APPEAR to-have-been the carried out by a small group of Individuals Who FORMED share of the al-Qaeda network: Islamists without formal backing from Any state (though There Were and are suspicions That Al Qaeda Was aided and funded by Several Arab / Muslim countries). Following the US President George W. Bush declared a campaign with the stated aim of defeating terrorism which he called ” War on Terrorism “. Read More…

Nation of Islam and anti-Semitism

A number of organizations and academics consider the Nation of Islam to be antisemitic , stating that it has a role in Holocaust denial and antisemitic interpretations of the Holocaust , and exaggerates the role of Jews in the African slave trade . [1] The Nation of Islam has repeatedly rejected such charges as false and politically motivated. [2] Read More…

The Left’s Jewish Problem

The Left’s Jewish Problem: Jeremy Corbyn, Israel and Anti-Semitism is a 2016 book by Dave Rich . [1] The book argues that new anti- Semitism is “masked as” anti-Zionism “in left-wing politics. [2]

Rich began writing the book in 2011 as a doctoral thesis at the University of London . [3] [4] Read More…

Inter-parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism

The Inter-Parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism (ICCA) is an international coalition of parliamentarians from around the world that work together to combat antisemitism . Among its goals is the understanding and awarneness of modern antisemitism and ways to fight it on a global scale. [1]

The first annual conference of the ICCA was held in London , England in cooperation with the British Government in 2009 and produced the London Declaration on Combating Antisemitism . [2] Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown was the first world leader to sign the Declaration. [3] Prime Ministers across the globe and more than 600 Parliamentarians worldwide. Read More…

Antisemitism in the Labor Party

Antisemitism in the UK Labor Party has been the subject of recent public controversy, [1] [2] [3] prompting party leader Jeremy Corbyn to establish the Chakrabarti Inquiry in 2016. A number of party activists and several senior expelled or suspended after Labor Party Investigations concluded they had brought the party into disrepute; some were subsequently reinstated. Read More…

Antisemitism in Sweden

Surveys show that antisemitism exists in Sweden . The study “Antisemitic images and attitudes in Sweden”, conducted by Henrik Bachner and Jonas Ring, revealed that 1.4 percent of the population disagreed with the assertion that “most Jews are probably decent folks”. [1]

Sweden has a Jewish community of around 20,000, [2] which makes it the 7th largest in the European Union . Yiddish has legal status as one of the country’s official languages . [3] The first Jewish members of the Riksdag , Sweden’s parliament, were elected in 1873. Read More…

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