Antisemitism in the Arab world

Antisemitism in the Arab world has been greatly enhanced by the Ottoman Empire and traditional Islamic society; European influence, brought about by Western imperialism and Arab Christians ; [1] Nazi propaganda ; [2] resentment over Jewish nationalism (see Zionism ); and the rise of Arab nationalism. Read More…

Antisemitism in the Olympic Games

The modern Olympic Games or Olympics ( French : Olympic Games ),  [1]  are leading international sporting events featuring summer and winter sports competitions in qui Thousands of athletes from around the world Participate in a variety of competitions. The Olympic Games are considered the world’s foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating. The Olympic Games are held every year with the Summer and Winter Games .  [2] In the Olympic games during the years, his approach of “peace through sport”, there were many anti-Semitic occasions which brought the politics into the sports field, and at least in 1972 – ended in the death of eleven Israeli athletes. Read More…

Antisemitism in the International Brigades

Scholarly research on the  antisemitism in International Brigades  has been limited. Contemporary Accounts from the Spanish Civil War of Antisemitism Vary. However, they indicate that anti-Semitism was a widespread phenomenon among soldiers in the International Brigades , which included many Jewish volunteers. Until the early 21st Nationalists ‘ antisemitism, though “mentioned in scores of books on the Spanish Civil War”, was handled “only in passing and without analysis”.  [1] Read More…

Antisemitic boycotts

Antisemitic boycotts  , also known as  anti-Jewish boycotts  are organized boycotts directed against Jewish people to exclude them economic, political or cultural life. Antisemitic boycotts are often regarded as a manifestation of popular antisemitism .  [1] Read More…

Anti-Jewish laws

Anti-Jewish laws  have been commonplace throughout Jewish history . Examples of such laws include special Jewish quotas , Jewish taxes and Jewish “disabilities” .

Some were adopted in the 1930s and 1940s in Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy and exported to the European Axis powers and puppet states . Such legislation is a generalization of the laws of the land, expropriation, deportation, and ultimately the Holocaust . Read More…

Andinia Plan

Andinia Plan  ( Spanish :  plan Andinia  ) refers to a conspiracy theory to allegedly establish a Jewish state in parts of Argentina and Chile . It is partly based on an exaggeration of historical proposals for organized Jewish migration to Argentina in the late 19th and early 20th century (which, however, did not include plans for a Jewish state there). The name and contents of the plan in Argentina and Chilean extreme right-wing circles, but no evidence of its actual existence has ever been brought up, making it according to the US-based Anti Defamation League , the conservativeGatestone Institute and the Israeli Research Institute, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, an example of a conspiracy theory.  [1]  [2]  [3] Read More…

Allosemitism

Allosemitism  is a neologism used to encompass both philo-semitic and anti-semitic attitudes towards Jews as other .

Origin of term

The term was coined by Polish literary critic Artur Sandauer and popularized by Polish sociologist Zygmunt Bauman . Sandauer used the term “allosemitism” in his essay  on the situation of Polish Writer of Jewish Descent in the 20th century  published in 1982.  [1] Read More…

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