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Jewish Question
The Jewish question
Jewish question
was a wide-ranging debate in 19th- and 20th-century European society pertaining to the appropriate status and treatment of Jews
Jews
in society. The debate was similar to other so-called "national questions" and dealt with the civil, legal, national and political status of Jews
Jews
as a minority within society, particularly in Europe
Europe
in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. The debate started within societies, politicians and writers in western and central Europe
Europe
influenced by the Age of Enlightenment
Age of Enlightenment
and the ideals of the French Revolution. The issues included the legal and economic Jewish disabilities (e.g
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Antisemitism In Norway
Antisemitism
Antisemitism
in Norway
Norway
has a history, including the Holocaust
Holocaust
in Norway. It has also been a subject of discussion in the public debate about the Arab–Israeli conflict. An antisemitic event was the editorial cartoon printed in Dagsavisen that depicted a Haredi Jew rewriting the ten commandments to include "thou shall murder".[1] According to several political commentators, the antisemitism in Norway
Norway
is institutional. Alan M. Dershowitz
Alan M. Dershowitz
sharply criticized Norway for its treatment of Jews, writing that "All Jews are apparently the same in this country that has done everything in its power to make life in Norway
Norway
nearly impossible for Jews
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Secondary Antisemitism
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 often explained as being 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 once remarked: "The Germans will never forgive the Jews
Jews
for Auschwitz."[3][4] The term itself was coined by Peter Schönbach, a Frankfurt School
Frankfurt School
co-worker of Theodor W. Adorno and Max Horkheimer, based on their Critical Theory.[5] Adorno, in a 1959 lecture titled "Was bedeutet: Aufarbeitung der Vergangenheit" (published in his 1963 book Eingriffe
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Nation Of Islam And Antisemitism
Politics portal Islam portalv t ePart of a series onAntisemitismPart of Jewish historyHistory of antisemitism Timeline ReferenceManifestationsAcademic American Arab British Christian Christian Identity Creativity Economic European Gaza War Islamic Holocaust
Holocaust
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Rootless Cosmopolitan
Rootless cosmopolitan
Rootless cosmopolitan
(Russian: безродный космополит, bezrodnyi kosmopolit) was a Soviet pejorative euphemism widely used during Soviet anti-Semitic campaign of 1948–1953, which culminated in the "exposure" of the non-existent Doctors' plot.[1] The term "rootless cosmopolitan" referred mostly to Jewish intellectuals, as an accusation in their lack of patriotism, i.e., lack of full allegiance to the Soviet Union
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Kosher Tax Conspiracy Theory
The "Kosher tax" (or "Jewish tax") is the idea that unwilling food companies and unwitting consumers are forced to pay money to support the Jewish religion or Zionist causes and Israel
Israel
through the costs of kosher certification
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New Antisemitism
New antisemitism
New antisemitism
is the concept that a new form of antisemitism has developed in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, emanating simultaneously from the far left, Islamism, and the far right, and that it tends to manifest itself as opposition to Zionism
Zionism
and the State of Israel
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3D Test Of Antisemitism
The "three Ds" test or the 3D Test of Antisemitism
Antisemitism
is a set of criteria put forth by Natan Sharansky
Natan Sharansky
to distinguish legitimate criticism of Israel
Israel
from antisemitism
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Racial Antisemitism
Racial antisemitism
Racial antisemitism
is a form of antisemitism or prejudice against Jews
Jews
based on the belief that Jews
Jews
are a racial or ethnic group, rather than prejudice against Judaism
Judaism
as a religion.[1] The definition is based on the premise that Jews
Jews
constitute a distinctive race or ethnic group, whose traits or characteristics are in some way abhorrent or inherently inferior or otherwise different to that of the rest of society. The abhorrence may be expressed in the form of stereotypes or caricatures. Racial antisemitism
Racial antisemitism
may present Jews, as a group, as being a threat in some way to the values or safety of society
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Religious Antisemitism
Religious antisemitism
Religious antisemitism
is aversion to or discrimination against Jews as a whole based on religious beliefs, false claims against Judaism and religious antisemitic canards. It is sometimes called theological antisemitism. Some scholars have argued that modern antisemitism is primarily based on nonreligious factors. John Higham being emblematic of this school of thought. However, this interpretation has been challenged. In 1966 Charles Glock and Rodney Stark first published public option polling data showing that most Americans based their stereotypes of Jews
Jews
on religion
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Judeo-Masonic Conspiracy Theory
The Judeo-Masonic conspiracy is an antisemitic, antimasonic conspiracy theory[2] involving an alleged secret coalition of Jews
Jews
and Masons. These theories were popular on the far-right, particularly in France,[3] Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Russia, and Eastern Europe, with similar allegations still being published.Contents1 Elders of Zion 2 "Conceptual influence" 3 Barry Domvile and The Link 4 Post-Soviet Russia 5 Link to the Bilderberg group 6 See also 7 References7.1 Bibliography8 Further reading 9 External linksElders of Zion[edit] The Judeo-Masonic conspiracy theory
Judeo-Masonic conspiracy theory
merges two older strains of conspiracy claims: Anti-Masonic conspiracy claims and Anti-Semitic conspiracy claims
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Antisemitism In The Labour Party
Antisemitism in the UK Labour Party
UK Labour Party
has been the subject of public controversy,[1][2][3] prompting party leader Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn
to establish the Chakrabarti Inquiry in 2016. A number of party activists and at least one senior figure, have either been expelled or suspended after allegations of antisemitism. While Labour Party investigations concluded that some had brought the party into disrepute, others were subsequently reinstated after disciplinary measures. As of 23 March 2018[update] the controversy remained ongoing,[4] Some in the party have disputed that the party is antisemitic and have accused critics of willfully exaggerating incidents
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Antisemitism In Turkey
Antisemitism
Antisemitism
in Turkey
Turkey
refers to acts of hostility against
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Antisemitic Canard
An antisemitic canard is an unfounded rumor or a false allegation which is defamatory towards Judaism
Judaism
as a religion, or defamatory towards Jews
Jews
as an ethnic or religious group. Antisemitic
Antisemitic
canards often form part of broader theories of Jewish conspiracies. According to defense attorney Kenneth Stern, "Historically, Jews
Jews
have not fared well around conspiracy theories. Such ideas fuel anti-Semitism
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Jewish Deicide
Jewish deicide
Jewish deicide
is a historic belief among some in Christianity
Christianity
that
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