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…

3D Test of Antisemitism

The 3D Test of Antisemitism is a set of criteria put forth by Natan Sharansky to Distinguish legitimate criticism of Israel from antisemitism . The three Ds stand for D elegitimization [of Israel], D emonization [of Israel], and [subjecting Israel to] D ouble standard contents, each of qui, selon the test indicates antisemitism. [1] [2] It was published in the Political Political Review in 2004. [3] The test is intended to draw the line between the State of Israel and the State of Israel, its actions and policies, and non-anti-criticism that becomes antisemitic. [4]
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Blood libel

Blood libel (also blood accusation ) [1] [2] is an accusation [3] [4] [5] that Jews kidnapped and murdered the children of Christians in order to use their blood as part of their religious ritualsduring Jewish holidays . [1] [2] [6] Historically, thesis claims – Alongside Those of well poisoning and host desecration – have-been a major theme of the persecution of Jews in Europe . [4] Read More…

Oberammergau Passion Play

Oberammergau Passion Play is a passion play Performed since 1634 [1] as a tradition by the habitants of the town of Oberammergau , Bavaria , Germany. It was written by Othmar Weis, JA Daisenberger, Otto Huber, Christian Stuckl, Rochus Dedler, Eugen Papst, Marcus Zwink, Ingrid H Shafer, and the inhabitants of Oberammergau, with music by Dedler. [2] Since its first production it has been performed on open air stages in the village. The text of the play is a composite of four distinct manuscripts dating from the 15th and 16th centuries. [3] Read More…

Jewish deicide

Jewish deicide is a historic belief Among Some In Christianity That Jewish people as a whole Were Responsible for the death of Jesus . [1] The antisemitic slur “Christ-killer” was used by mobs to incite violence against Jews and pogroms , the murder of Jews during the Crusades , the Spanish Inquisition , and during the Holocaust . [2]

At the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), the Roman Catholic Church under Pope Paul VI repudiated belief in collective Jewish guilt for the crucifixion of Jesus. [3] It declared that the accusation could not be made “against all the Jews, without distinction, then alive, nor against the Jews of today”. Read More…

Deicide

Deicide is the killing (or the killer) of a god . The concept may be used for any act of killing a god, including a life-death-rebirth that is killed and then resurrected .

Also used in Freeman Dyson’s Disturbing the Universe in the essay “The Island of Dr. Moreau” when he is talking about JSB Haldane’s Daedalus; gold, Science and the Future . Read More…

Christianity and antisemitism

Christianity and anti-Semitism deals with the hostility of Christian Churches , Christian groups, and Christians in general to Judaism and the Jewish people .

Christian rhetoric and antipathy towards Jews developed in the early years of Christianity and was reinforced by the belief that Jews had killed Christ and ever increasing anti-Jewish measures over the ensuing centuries . The action taken by Christians against Jews included acts of ostracism, humiliation and violence, and murder culminating in the Holocaust . [1] : 21 [2] : 169 [3] Read More…

Boycotts of Israel

Boycotts of Israel are a systematic practice of avoiding economic, political and cultural relations with the State of Israel , with individual Israelis or with Israeli-based companies or organizations . [1] Boycott campaigns are used by those who oppose Israel’s existence, citation needed ] or oppose Israel’s policies or actions over the course of the Arab-Israeli conflict , in order to show support for Israel in general, or the Israeli economy gold military in particular. Read More…

Presbyterian Church (USA) disinvestment from Israel controversy

The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) adopted a policy of “phased, selective divestment ” from certain American corporations operating in Israel beginning in 2004, as a means of influencing the government of Israel. [1] This policy has been controversial both within and outside the denomination, resulting from the findings of antisemitism . The policy was changed in 2006 by the General Assembly. [2] Read More…

Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel

The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) was launched in Ramallah in April 2004 by a group of Palestinian academics and intellectuals. One of the founders was Omar Barghouti . [1]

PACBI is a member of the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and National Sanctions Committee (BNC). Read More…

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