Yakub

The Nation of Islam was created in 1930 by Wallace D. Fard Muhammad in Detroit. It is the Islamic controversy movement, that bases the belief that each man deserves the improvement in every segment- spiritual, mental and physical. The movement had religious statements but someof the social interpretations are described as Islamic fundamentalist and racist. The members of the movement are mostly Afro American people in the USA.

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Triple Parentheses Meaning

Are the Triple Parentheses Racist?

Some of the most divisive elements of humanity includereligion, economic policy, race and language disparity. The tipple parentheseswidely symbolize how the divisive number of white hate groups in discriminatingagainst and perpetrating hate crimes against members of the Jewish Community.

The anti-Semitic symbol, usually indicated as triplebrackets ((())), is a 21st-Century writing symbol that has been widely used to harass Jewish iconic social media contributors.

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Jewish Stereotypes

The generalized representation of Jews which is often caricatured and of anantisemitic and prejudice nature enumerates the stereotypes of Jews. For over 2, 000 years the Jewish Diaspora have been stereotyped, as such, linking them to a multitude of societal problems. In the Third Reich, the antis emit ism which was still in progress had reached its climax. The modern-day Jews even appeared to be stingy misers, greedy, nit-picky and often were depicted as propaganda posters collecting diamonds or counting money. Some of the commontraditions and phrases which are used to ridicule Jewishness include klezmer, kvetching, shalom, mazeltov, and oy vey.

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Jewish Slurs

Slurs are particularly offensivegestures such as wordings or a phrases that might intend to indirectly ordirectly damage or insult one’s behavior or beliefs. Several slurs can be identified among manyreligions that present unappealing allusions regarding those religions.

Accordingly, Jew slurs are specific gestureswhich would damage Jewish people or those who we identify as Jews. There aremany Jewish slurs which try to promote false allegations about jews or Jewishpeople. Among these slurs some are very racial slurs.

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Antisemitism in Europe

A hatred or discrimination against the Jewish community for their beliefs is known as antisemitism. Although it originated in the Christian and pre-Christian era, it’s still prevalent in modern Europe.

20th-century antisemitism was at its barbaric peak when approximately six million Jews were killed in Nazi Germany,under the fascist reign of Adolf Hitler. Although not to the same extreme extent, a new wave of hatred has spawned in Europe, and consists mostly of far-right thinkers.

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Relations between Nazi Germany and the Arab world

The relationship between Nazi Germany (1933-1945) and the leadership of the Arab world encompassed contempt, propaganda, collaboration and in some instances emulation. British and French imperialism , colonialism , communism , and Zionism . Hitler made warm statements about Islam as a religion and political ideology. However, official Nazi ideology also considered Arabs to be racially inferior to Germans. Read More…

Yakub (Nation of Islam)

Yakub (sometimes spelled Yacub or Yaqub ) is a figure in the beliefs of the Nation of Islam (NOI). According to their beliefs, Yakub was a black scientist who lived “6,600 years ago” and started the creation of the white race . He is said to have done this through a “grafting”, while living on the island of Patmos . Scientific consensus rejects the historicity of this figure.

The Nation of Islam theology states that Yakub is the biblical Jacob . Sunni and Shia Muslims are not affiliated with the Nation of Islam reject this belief. The story has its arguments within the NOI during its history. Under the current leader Louis Farrakhan , the NOI continues to assert that the story of Yakub is true, stating that modern science is consistent with it. Read More…

Stereotypes of Jews

Stereotypes of Jews are generalized representations of Jews , often caricatured and of a prejudiced and antisemitic nature. The Jewish diaspora have been stereotyped for over 2,000 years as scapegoats for a multitude of societal problems [1] such as: Jews always acting with unforgiving hostility toward the Christians, Jews religious rituals thought to have become undermined by the church and state, and habitual Jews Killings of Christians as their most extreme deeds. [2] Antisemitism continued throughout the centuries and reached a climax in the Third Reich during World War II. Modern day Jews are still stereotyped as greedy, nit-picky, stingy misers and are often depicted in cartoons, comics, and propaganda posters. Early films such as Cohen ‘s Advertising Scheme (1904, silent) stereotyped Jews as “scheming merchants”. [2] [3]
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Political views of Adolf Hitler

The political views of Adolf Hitler have presented historians and biographers with some difficulty. His writings and methods have been adapted to the past, including anti-semitism , anti-communism , anti-parliamentarianism , German Lebensraum (“living space”), belief in the superiority of an ” Aryan race “and an extreme form of German nationalism . Hitler personally claimed he was fighting against Jewish Marxism . [1] Read More…

Rhineland massacres

The Rhineland massacres also known as the German Crusade of 1096 , [1] the Persecutions of 1096 Gold Tatten Gzerot [2] ( Hebrew : גזרות תתנ”ו Hebrew for “Edicts of 856”), were a series of mass murders of Jews by Christians of the People’s Crusade in the year 1096, or 4856 according to the Jewish calendar. Read More…

Jewish question

The  Jewish issue  Was a wide-ranging debate in 19th and 20th century European society Pertaining to the status and Appropriate treatment of Jews in Society. The debate was similar to other so-called ” national issues ” and dealt with the civil, legal, national and political status of Jews, especially in Europe in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

The debate started within societies, politicians and writers in Western Europe and Europe influenced by the Age of Enlightenment and the ideals of the French Revolution . The issues included the economic and legal Jewish disabilities (eg Jewish quotas and segregation ), Jewish assimilation , Jewish emancipation and Jewish Enlightenment . Read More…

The jewish question

The jewish question has been a ongoing topic of debate between the 19th and the
20th century European society. This topic has been an ongoing debate even in
the 18th century as Jews were the minority population back in the day.

Many people wonder when they first hear talks on the jewish question. They do not
know what was the jewish question to begin with. The jewish question is
dependent on how the jewish population be treated in the society. It also
concerns with the what kind of status should the jews enjoy in a society.

The population which does not know that what was the jewish question are mostly
millennials who are younger. The baby boomer population still recalls the time
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Stereotypes of Jews

The generalized representation of Jews which is often caricatured and of anantisemitic and prejudice nature enumerates the stereotypes of Jews. For over 2, 000 years the Jewish Diaspora have been stereotyped, as such, linking them to a multitude of societal problems. In the Third Reich, the antis emit ism which was still in progress had reached its climax. The modern-day Jews even appeared to be stingy misers, greedy, nit-picky and often were depicted as propaganda posters collecting diamonds or counting money. Some of the common
traditions and phrases which are used to ridicule Jewishness include klezmer, kvetching, shalom, mazeltov, and oy vey. Read More…

Jewish Slurs

Introduction

Slurs are particularly offensive
gestures such as wordings or a phrases that might intend to indirectly or
directly damage or insult one’s behavior or beliefs. Several slurs can be identified among many
religions that present unappealing allusions regarding those religions.

Accordingly, Jew slurs are specific gestures
which would damage Jewish people or those who we identify as Jews. There are
many Jewish slurs which try to promote false allegations about jews or Jewish
people. Among these slurs some are very racial slurs.

Is Jew a slur?

There a big controversial in the
society over the fact that is jew a slur or not. Some people consider jew a
slur while some people does not consider jew a slur. So it can be really hard
for a person to interpret the fat is Jew a slur.

Well most of the Jewish people does
not consider jew as a slur or as an offensive term. They do not consider Jew as
a racial slur for jews. Instead of considering jew as a Jewish racial slur some
people consider calling themselves jews non offensive.

Slurs for Jews

The noun Jew has
been derived from the wording Yehudi which is a Hebrew word. The word Hebrew
has been derived from the Judah which was the name of one of the sons of Jacob.
Although some people consider jew as a jewish racial slur the Judaism
originates from Yehudim religion.

There are many
evidences which can be found in the in the history which shows that there have
been different interpretations for jews. In certain historical eras some people have
clearly used the wording jews as slur.

History of the
slurs for Jews

When observing the
history and its relation with Judaism it can be seen that some people have
specifically used jews as a slur. Even in famous literatures which can be found
in the history, this behavior can be clearly observed. In some of the famous
historical literatures pieces the word jew is used as a racial slurs for jews. Here,
jew has been used intentionally as Jewish racial slur instead of to symbolize
the religion

Slurs for Jew

Following is a list of slurs for jewor commonly known as Jewish slurs.

·Hebe is one of the Jewish slurs. Jewish people
consider calling Hebe as very offensive. This has been extracted from the wording
Hebrew. Most commonly heard Jewish slur in U.S regions. This is similar to the
Jewish slur Hebe.

·Abbie is another commonly heard racial Jewish
slur in North America. This is Jewish racial slur to introduce a male Jewish
person. Abie and Abe also refers to similar Jewish slurs.

·Among many racial jewish slurs used for jews,
k’ is a very common slur. Ike and ikey are two other jewish slurs used for
jew.

·Hyime is another such jewish slur among many
racial slurs for jews.This term is used
specially for jews from Hebrew. This can also be seen using in the wording of Hymietown.

·Kike can be identified as another jewish slur. This
can be identified a very racial Jewish slur due to the reason behind this slur.
In ancient times Jewish people who migrated to U.S used circle for their
signatures instead of crosses when signing their names. This is because during
that period the Christian religion was closely related with cross much more
than Jews.

·The slur Kike which symbolizes a circle is
therefore being used offensively for Jews. It makes this slur a one of the very
racial slurs for jews.

·Ikeymo is another such jews slur. This slur
gives a similar meaning as a Jew. Ikey-mo is also similar to Ikeymo and has a
similar interpretation.

·Moch is another racial jewish slur which couild
be heard in the regions of United State. This slur is also used to inteprete a
Jew.

·Mockey is among many jewsish slurs to interpret
a Jew. Believed to be broken down form the word makeh. Mocky and moky are two
other slurs similar to this.

·Mockie, Mocky and moxy are few other similar
jewish slurs which has been used since ancient historical times.

·Sheeny is another wording which Jewish people
consider as a slur. It is derived from a German originated word which
symbolizes beauty.

Summary

Moving towards a
more developed era which promotes religious freedom and respecting other
religions, these racial slurs cannot be accepted. Therefore, it’s high time we start
respecting each other and avoid using such offensive slurs.

EUMC working definition of antisemitism

Working definition of antisemitism:

Antisemitism is a wrong and negative perception of people with Jewish descent. It can be seen as excessive hatred towards Jewish people.

It can also define any activity done by an individual, organization or a nation that is directed towards the Jews. With the aim of diminishing or inciting the outer world against them.

Doing any of the above said activities targeting the nation of Israel is also considered antisemitism because Israel has majority of its people being Jewish.

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EUMC working definition of antisemitism

Working definition of antisemitism:

Antisemitism is a wrong and negative perception of people with Jewish descent. It can be seen as excessive hatred towards Jewish people.

It can also define any activity done by an individual, organization or a nation that is directed towards the Jews. With the aim of diminishing or inciting the outer world against them.

Doing any of the above said activities targeting the nation of Israel is also considered antisemitism because Israel has majority of its people being Jewish.

 

Where antisemitism may be used:

Most people always use antisemitism as a basis of blaming people of Jewish descent after or before occurrence of wrong things.

It is a trial by radical groups to lay blame on Jews in respects to any event that may have had negative eco-social repercussions in the past, present or the future.

 

Examples of antisemitism:

Evidence of antisemitism in any media form or places of social activities may include but not limited to an entity doing any of the following:

-Wrongful accusation of Jewish people of being directly responsible for any wrongdoing, real or fictitious, committed by a single entity of Jewish descent.

-Plainly disregarding the occurrence of the Holocaust during the World War II. This may be in the form of supporting the idea(s) that the Holocaust is a made-up story by the Jews or the Israel as a state of the Jews.

-Promoting ideas that support the fact that Jewish people are more loyal to the state of Israel than they should be. Or any ideas that may place the Jewish people as handling wrong priorities.

-Putting in public domain any information that may lead the public to believe that the Jews are undertaking wrong and unconstitutional activities like manipulation and controlling institutions of authority. The government, independent bodies, economic institutions and government bodies are such institution.

-Purporting extremist ideas that call for unconstitutional legal practices like maiming and execution of the Jews. Supporting ideas that may bring harm to Jews in any way.

Manifestation of antisemitism:

With regards to Israel as a democratic nation, antisemitism may manifest itself in many ways. These may include activities like:

-Application of extreme and more than average measure to the state of Israel in relative comparison with other nations with the same status.

-Using print media, symbols or images associated with acts of antisemitism providing information tainting the image of the Jewish people.

-Drawing visible comparisons between policies held by the state of Israel to those of Nazis.

-Placing responsibilities of actions done by the state of Israel directly or indirectly on the Jews as a whole. A single entity should be held liable to a mistake, not all people of Jewish descent.

– Doing activities that may lead to cropping of ideas preventing the Jewish people from independence and self-determination in regards to any socio-economic activities.

Summary

Constructive criticism against the state of Israel cannot be considered antisemitic.

Denying people of Jewish descent certain opportunities due to the fact that they are Jewish or linked to Jewish people is antisemitic discrimination. It is considered criminal act and is punishable by law.

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