Explain what is anti-semitism?
Antisemitism, also known as Judeophobia is a term used to describe prejudice against or hostility towards Jews, rooted in an aversion to their religious/cultural/ethnic background
The term anti-Semitic or anti-Semite usually refers to Jews only. It was coined in 1879 by German journalist Wilhelm Marr in a pamphlet called, The Victory of Germandom over Jewry. Using ideas of race and nationalism, Marr argued that Jews had become the first major power in the West. He accused them of being liberals, a people without roots who had Judaized Germans beyond salvation. In 1879 Marr founded the League for Anti-Semitism.
No. Antisemitism as a political ideology (claiming to explain all the world's problems) dates from the 1870s, and the notion that Jews are evil goes back to the First Crusade at least.
Hitler was the founder of Antisemitism. antisemitism has killed millions of jews.
Here are some sentences. Antisemitism is a dangerous belief. His antisemitism made him a bigot.
The holocaust was like a kick-starter for antisemitism, It didn't invent antisemitism.
The usual disintinction is between (traditional) religious antisemitism and racial antisemitism. The latter arose after religious toleration was accepted in most European countries and religious antisemitism lost much of its force. Racial antisemitism arose from about 1870 onwards and operates with conspiracy theories.
who wrote this Racism, AntiSemitism, and Psychoanalysis
Antisemitism means discrimination against Jewish people.
The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism was created in 2008.
Hatred of Jews is called Antisemitism. Antisemitism is still around.
Antisemitism was around for thousands of years before the Holocaust started.
Swedish Committee Against Antisemitism was created in 1983.
It was, above all, misguided religious zeal during the Crusades that encouraged antisemitism.
The antisemitism during the Holocaust was just an exaggerated form of pre-Holocaust antisemitism.
Gerhard Lindemann has written: '\\' -- subject(s): Antisemitism, Christianity and antisemitism, Church history
Hans Engelmann has written: 'Kirche am Abgrund' -- subject(s): Antisemitism, Christianity and antisemitism, History
Ludwig Thimme has written: 'Antisemitismus und Christentum' -- subject(s): Antisemitism, Christianity and antisemitism
Frederick Busi has written: 'The pope of antisemitism' -- subject(s): Antisemitism, History 'The transformations of Godot'
Nicoline Hortzitz has written: '\\' -- subject(s): History, Antisemitism in language, German language, Antisemitism, Lexicology
Nazi Schools spread the Nazi Ideals and Antisemitism via using Nazi Propaganda and terror.
The word is antisemitism.
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Nicolas Berg has written: 'Kapitalismusdebatten um 1900' -- subject(s): Capitalism, Antisemitism in language, Antisemitism, Congresses, History
Lara Trubowitz has written: 'Civil antisemitism, modernism, and British culture, 1902-1939' -- subject(s): Antisemitism in literature, English literature, Jews, LITERARY CRITICISM / General, LITERARY CRITICISM / Jewish, Jews in literature, History and criticism, Criticism and interpretation, Modernism (Literature), LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Antisemitism in language, Antisemitism, History
The word is antisemitism.
Antisemitism and Nuremberg Laws :)
It reached a peak in the Holocaust.
The word is antisemitism.
antisemitism is the longest hatred cause in history that still survives today. Among the most common manifestations of antisemitism throughout history were pogroms. The first such incident to be labeled a pogrom is believed to be anti-Jewish rioting in Odessa in 1821. That was in Russia. But this has been practice during millennial.
Antisemitism did not contribute to outbreak of World War 2. Hitler invaded Poland in order to seize land, not in order to hunt for Jews.
Wolfgang Gerlach has written: 'And the Witnesses Were Silent' -- subject(s): Bekennende Kirche, Jews, Persecutions, Protestant churches, Antisemitism, Christianity and antisemitism, History
Antisemitism as it is used in the English language today refers to discrimination against Jews. While Arabs (and certain others) are also Semitic peoples, the English term "antisemitism" was coined (around 1860) to refer to discrimination against Jews. Antisemitism was designed to sound much more scientific, and therefore more acceptable, than the common term for this hatred of Jews "Judenhass" (which literally means "Jew-hatred" in German).
"The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion".
The children were tought it in school.
No, Anti-semitism is very uncommon in Ireland
The term for hatred of Jews is Antisemitism.
Dislike of semites. (Jewish and Arabic people)
Henry Abramson has written: 'Reading the Talmud' 'The art of hatred' -- subject(s): Antisemitism, Antisemitism in art, Caricatures and cartoons, Exhibitions, Jews, Jews in art
Leon Volovici has written: 'Nationalist Ideology and Antisemitism' -- subject(s): History, Politics and government, Intellectuals, Intellectual life, Antisemitism, Nationalism, Ethnic relations
Hatice Bayraktar has written: 'Salamon und Rabeka' -- subject(s): Jews, Caricatures and cartoons, Antisemitism in the press, History '\\' -- subject(s): Antisemitism, History
Francesco Germinario has written: 'Costruire la razza nemica' -- subject(s): Antisemitism, History 'Argomenti per lo sterminio' -- subject(s): Jews, Persecutions, Antisemitism, Racism, Ethnic relations, History 'Fascismo e antisemitismo' -- subject(s): History, Fascism, Antisemitism, Racism