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Left-wing Anti-Zionism in Western Societies
Ever since political Zionism first emerged on the stage of history at the end of the nineteenth century, it has had its opponents as well as its advocates on the left. In the golden era of the SecondExpand
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Post-Mubarak Egypt: The Dark Side of Islamic Utopia
Robert S. Wistrich is Professor of Modern History and Director of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the author andExpand
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Anti-Zionism and antisemitism in the contemporary world
Part 1 Communist and left anti-Zionism: the evolution of Soviet anti-Zionism: from principle to pragmatism, Zvi Gitelman Soviet anti-Zionism - origins, form and development, Theodore H.FriedgutExpand
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Terms of survival : the Jewish world since 1945
The emergence of the state of Israel has fundamentally changed the conditions of Jewish existence. The issues now facing Jews everywhere are totally different to those that confronted them only fiftyExpand
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Soundings in the Gulf
French Antisemitism during the Dreyfus Affair
The Dreyfus Affair is rightly considered as a significant turning point in the history of modern European antisemitism, as well as constituting a major internal issue in French society and politics.Expand
The young Friedrich Nietzsche was not immune to cultural prejudice against Jews which was part of his general outlook during the period that he came under the spell of Richard Wagner. Aspects of thisExpand