Watto

Watto is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise , featured in the movie The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones . He is computer-generated and played by voice actor Andy Secombe . He is a mean-tempered, greedy Toydarian , and owner of a second-hand goods store in Tatooine . Among Watto’s belongings are the Slavic Shmi Skywalker and her son, Anakin . He acquires them after winning a podracingbet with Gardulla the Hutt, and he puts them both to work in his store. Anakin demonstrates an incredible aptitude for repairing equipment, and sets the standard for various types of equipment. He eventually loses Anakin in a podracing bet with Qui-Gon Jinn when he bets on a competitor, Sebulba , who is defeated by Anakin. Read More…

Two Hundred Years Together

Two Hundred Years Together (Rus. Двести лет вместе, Dvesti let vmeste ) is a two-volume historical essay by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn . It was written as a comprehensive history ofJews in the Russian Empire , the Soviet Union and modern Russia between the years 1795 and 1995, especially with regard to government attitudes towards Jews. [1] Read More…

Trophies of Damascus

Trophies of Damascus was a 7th-century anti-Jewish tract written between 661 and 681 AD which presents an eye-witness accounts to the events that took place around that time period in the Middle East . It categorizes the nascent Saracens (Muslim) tribes as part of an alliance of Jewish clans fighting against the Byzantine Christians in contradiction to later accounts from traditional Islamic sources. Read More…

Triple parentheses

The use of triple parentheses or triple brackets , also known as an (((echo))) , is an antisemitic symbol that has been used to highlight the names of individuals of a Jewish background. The practice originated from the alt-right blog The Right Stuff ; the blog’s editors have explained that the symbol is that the historic actions of Jews have caused their surnames to “echo throughout history.” [1] The triple parentheses have been adopted by stigma by anti – Semites, neo-Nazis , and white nationaliststo Identify Individuals of Jewish background as targets for online harassment , Such As Jewish political journalists critical of Donald Trump During His 2016 election campaign . [2] [3] 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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Self-hating Jew

Self-hating Jew or self-loathing Jew is a pejorative term used for a Jewish person who is alleged to hold antisemitic views. [1] The concept gained widespread currency after Theodor Lessing’s 1930 book Der Jüdische Selbsthass(“Jewish Self-hatred”), which tries to explain the prevalence of Jewish intellectuals inciting antisemitism with their views towards Judaism . The term became “something of a key term of opprobrium in and beyond Cold War-eradebates about Zionism “. [2]Similar accusations of being uncomfortable with one’s Jewishness are already being made by groups of Jews against each other before Zionism existed as a movement. [2] Read More…

Secondary antisemitism

Secondary antisemitism is a distinct kind of antisemitism which is said to have appeared after the end of World War II . It is as being white Explained Often Caused by -as Opposed to In Spite of – Auschwitz , pars pro toto for the Holocaust . [1] One frequently quoted formulation of the concept, first published in Henryk M. Broder’s 1986 book Der Ewige Antisemit (“The Eternal Antisemite”), stems from the Israeli psychiatrist Zvi Rex , [2] who can remarked: “The Germans will never forgive the Jews for Auschwitz. ” [3][4] The term itself was coined by Peter Schönbach , a Frankfurt School co-worker of Theodor W. Adorno and Max Horkheimer , based on their Critical Theory . [5]
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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…

Ottawa Protocol

The Ottawa Protocol on Combating Antisemitism is an action plan which “notes and reaffirms the London Declaration on Combating Antisemitism as a template document for the fight against Antisemitism”. It was developed during the second annual Conference of the Inter-Parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism (ICCA), which took place in Ottawa in November, 2010, by Parliamentarians and experts from over 50 countries around the globe. [1] [2] Read More…

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