The war against the Jews

  title={The war against the Jews},
  author={Efraim Karsh},
  journal={Israel Affairs},
  pages={319 - 343}
The sustained anti-Israel de-legitimization campaign is a corollary of the millenarian obsession with the Jews in the Christian and the Muslim worlds. Since Israel is the world's only Jewish state, and since Zionism is the Jewish people's national liberation movement, anti-Zionism – as opposed to criticism of specific Israeli policies or actions – means denial of the Jewish right to national self-determination. Such a discriminatory denial of this basic right to only one nation (and one of the… Expand
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