Israeli antisemitic cartoons contest

The  Israeli Anti-Semitic Contest Cartoons  ( Hebrew: תחרות קריקטורות אנטישמיות ישיות ישראלית) was initiated by two Israeli artists in response to the controversial Muhammad cartoons and the subsequent “Holocaust Cartoon Competition” by the Iranian newspaper  Hamshahri  . Illustrator Amitai Sandy annoncé the contest on the website de son Tel Aviv -based graphic arts company on February 14, 2006, Stating, “We’ll show the world we can do the best, Sharpest, Most offensive Jew hating cartoons ever published! No. Iranian will beat us on our home turf! ”  [1] Read More…

Humani generis unitas

Humani Generis Unitas  (Latin; English translation:  On the Unity of the Human Race  ) Was a draft for an encyclical planned by Pope Pius XI before His death on February 10, 1939. The draft text Condemned antisemitism ,racism and the persecution of Jews . Because it was never issued, it is sometimes referred to as “The Hidden Encyclical” or “The Lost Encyclical.”  Humani generis unitas  was written by the Jesuits under the leadership of John LaFarge . The draft text remained secret until published in 1995 in France (by Passelecq and Suchecky under the title  The encyclical Hidden of Pius XI ) and in 1997 in English as  The Hidden Encyclical of Pius XI. Read More…

Houthis

The  Houthis  ( Arabic : الحوثيون  al-Ḥūthiyyūn   IPA: [ħuːθij.juːn] ) officiellement called Expired  Ansar Allah  (  Ansaar Allaah  أنصار الله “Supporters of Allah”), are members of an Islamic religious-political-armed movement That Emerged from His ‘dah in northern Yemen in the 1990s. They are of the Zaidis sect, and are predominantly Shia -led, though the movement reportedly also includes Sunnis .  [25] Read More…

History of antisemitism

The  history of anti  –  Semitism  – defined as hostile actions or discrimination against Jews as a religious or ethnic group – goes back many centuries; antisemitism has been called “the longest hatred.”  [1]  Jerome Chanes identified six stages in the historical development of antisemitism: Read More…

Felix Hirsch

Felix Eduard Hirsch  ( Berlin , 7 February 1902 – 12 December 1982 Newtown, Pennsylvania  [1]  ) was a journalist for the Berliner Tageblatt  [2]  and latterly; Historian, Librarian and Professor at Bard College in New York .  [3]  As a journalist in Berlin, Hirsch was involved in the infamous libel case of Kurt Soelling.  [4] Read More…

Haman

Haman  (also known as  Haman the Agagite המן  האגגי, or  Haman the Evil  המן הרשע) is the main antagonist in the Book of Esther , who, according to the Hebrew Bible , was a vizier in the Persian empire under King Ahasuerus , traditionally identified as Xerxes I .  [2]  As his name indicates, Haman was a descendant of Agag , the king of the Amalekites , a people who were wiped out in certain areas by King Saul and David .  [3] Read More…

Halsman murder case

The  Halsman murder case  was a major political event in Austria , when Philippe Halsman was accused of patricide in 1928 and sentenced in a controversial trial in Innsbruck . It Demonstrated Widespread antisemitism in rural Austria in the time between the World Wars . Read More…

Grand Anti-Masonic Exhibition

The  Great Anti-Masonic Exhibition  ( German :  Anti-Freimaurer-Ausstellung  , [  Antimasonska izložba  ] error: {{lang-xx}}: text has italic markup ( help ) ) was the name of an antisemiticexhibition that was opened on 22 October 1941 during World War II in Belgrade , the capital of the Nazi Germany -established Militärverwaltung in occupied Serbia . Read More…

Geltungsjude

Geltungsjude  Was the term for People Who Were regarded Jews by the first supplementary decree to the Nuremberg Laws from 14 November 1935. The term Was not used officiellement, goal Was coined Because The persons deemed Were (  gelten  in German ) Jews Rather than exactly Belonging Nuremberg Laws. There were three categories of Geltungsjuden: 1. Offspring of an intermarriage who belonged to the Jewish community after 1935; 2. offspring of an intermarriage who was married to a Jew after 1935; 3. illegitimate child of a Geltungsjude, born after 1935. Read More…

Fundamental Rights Agency

The  European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights  (usually Known in English as the  Fundamental Rights Agency  ,  FRA  ) is a Vienna -based agency of the European UnionInaugurated on 1 March 2007. It was Established by Council Regulation (EC) No 168/2007 of February 15, 2007. Read More…

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