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28/09/2016

Antisemitism

Still much to be achieved: Herzl and the Challenge to Anti-Semitism Herzl was far too “Eurocentric“ and secular-minded to imagine that Zionism might provoke the reawakening of fundamentalist Islam and turn Israel into a prime target of Jihad. As a liberal cosmopolitan humanist, he too readily believed in the inexorable ma Read more
Revisiting racism: The Wages of Durban "A carnival of hate, and World Conference Against Racism was also a prelude to the events of September 11." But a direct line can also be drawn between the recent Holocaust denial conference in Teheran, and the hatred and anti-Semitism demonstrated in Dur Read more
Propaganda and manipulation: Between Palestine and South Africa The mere insinuation that there can be any kind of similarity between the former apartheid regime in South Africa and the struggle between Israelis and Palestinians over the same territory, is absolutely abominable. And the comparison is rendered even mor Read more
On the "the" in "the Jews": : From Grammar to Anti-Semitism The several tongue-twisting" the's" in my title are less difficult to manage than the problem they con¬ceal. For there is a conceptual, cultural, and, final¬ly, moral issue that bears directly on anti-Semitism in the common linking of the definite article Read more
New York, 23 September 2004: Address to the United Nations 59th General Assembly by Silvan Shalom, deputy prime minister and minister of foreign affairs The United Nations was established out of the devastation of World War Two in order to build a world of unity and of peace. Today, sixty years after this organization came into being, we must ask ourselves: What are we united for and what are we united ag Read more
Literary Criticism: The Jew of Malta, Revisited A little corruption is good for the soul, and Christopher Marlowe’s 'The Jew of Malta' is not a saint, not by a longshot! Purity is reserved for virgins and prophets; the one soon to be corrupted, the other, it would appear, soon to be reformed. Contrary Read more
Judeophobia: Europe's Trademark The claim that the alleged danger of Judeophobia is an excuse to “silence anti-Israel criticism,” signifies a total shut down of warning systems against this worrying phenomenon. Read more
Jewish People: Marx on the Jewish Question Andre Shapiro's latest offering reflects on Karl Marx's opinions on the Jewish Question and highlights the relevance and value of Marx's views today. Read more
Iranian judoka boycotts his Israeli counterpart: Olympic Dreams and Nightmares Iranian judoka Arash Mirashmaeli boycotts his Israeli counterpart, using the "death by chocolate" excuse, but Israel has the last laugh, winning a bronze medal, and later, taking gold in the mistral windsurfing competition. Read more
Holocaust, Intifada and beyond: On Ignoring Anti-Semitism The article provoked a number of rebuttals, and also a number of strong defenses. In the words of the historian Tony Judt, one of its defenders, Wieseltier had "elegantly dissected those frissons of existential angst in which some in the American Jewish c Read more
 
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