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    of Jews is eternal and undefeatable. Antisemitism has both a gradual and periodic nature to it. Overtime there has been continuities between episodes of antisemitism, but the individual episodes have qualities that are isolated from all the other episodes. The theory of repetition offers an approach that accounts for both the gradual and periodic aspects of antisemitism. The theory states that antisemitism is a sequence of phenomena that are all rooted in the action of the hater using Jews as scapegoats for his or her problems. This theory avoids approaching the Israelites enslavement in Egypt in the same way you would approach the Holocaust. It also avoids treating the ways the Protocols of the Elders of Zion have been used and the way anti-Zionist propaganda has been used, as to phenomena that are completely alienated from one another. Instead the theory of reputation treats these as distinct events, each with its on complicated context, while acknowledging that all of them have the same foundation. The definition mentioned at the beginning of the paper is not…

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    Anti-Semitic Cartoons

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    judging a book by the one photo on the cover and not the words that make up the book. Images are powerful in our society and can often take the place of words. Some of the images on the internet can be positive but also negative. There are many images from various platforms that promote and strengthen anti-Semitism. The political control of Jewish people was one of the many photos that was found. Many political images were…

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    The anti-Semitic attitudes of French leaders also influenced the passing of anti-Semitic legislation. According to Judt, anti-Semitism was fashionable in the 1930s and French leaders carried this attitude into the German occupation. The Jews placed their trust in individuals such as Danecker, Darlan, Vallet, Laval, and Petan yet all these men exhibited anti-Semitic views and used them as a moral justification to implement legislation against the Jews. Helene Berr writes about this betrayal when…

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    The extent to which the zionism movement is responsible for the present conflict between Israel and Palestine is significant. Zionism is a historic movement which centres around the desire for Jewish independence and a secure homeland in Zion. Palestine is where the land of Zion is located, also known as Jerusalem (Aviv and Shneer, New Jews, pp.4). The period before the zionism movement, the factors that contributed to the emergence of zionism and the aims of the movement have all been crucial…

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    Over the years, scholars of Judaism have often pondered what could be done to lessen or abolish an anti-Semitic environment. The Jewish nation has been persecuted for many thousands of years for not only its beliefs but also its lack of cohesion. In one regard, Judaic culture is fractured and needs to have a true Jewish stronghold to show oppressors that they are once again empowered. In contrast, the oppressors might see the Jewish stronghold as a way to quickly eliminate the culture. The Jews…

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    Anti-Semitism I knew when writing this series of essays, I was going to write about anti-semitism on film and TV. I figured it’d be the easiest essay by far to write. A quick Google search and I’d find dozens of different examples and BAM, essay completed. Wrong. I was so surprised. I had trouble finding examples of anti-semitism in film and TV. A joke here or there, and tons in Nazi propaganda films, but anti-semitism isn’t something that occurs in mainstream film and television. I was a…

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    The Protocols of Zion The Protocols of Zion is a document that is referred to by anti-Semitists who believe in the making of a Jewish plan to dominate worldwide. This is claimed to be the minutes gathered during the discussion by someone attending the secret meetings they would hold. It’s said that the meetings Jewish elders held were taken place at a cemetery in Prague, in this meeting they constructed a plan to obtain world domination. Jews were depicted as a stable race who mainly intended to…

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    The Effects Of Zionism

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    When exploring the cause, it is to understand the effects of a specific action. The effects of Zionism and Arab nationalism have dominated the relations and the balance of power of the Middle East. This question is not only central due to academic necessity, but it is of fundamental importance for the attainment of peace in a region dominated by war, neo-imperialism and gross violations of human rights. Understanding the evolution of Jewish and Arab, through a socio-political nationalism, allows…

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    Zionism Research Paper

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    Zionism, as a concept, was a nationalistic movement that advocated for the return of the Jewish people to their motherland, Israel. It also supported the recommencement of Jewish sovereignty in Israel. From its inception, Zionism advocated for the tangible entitlements and religious interest of the Jews in the land of Israel. Many Jews, mainly from Europe and Yemen, joined Zionism and started migrating to Palestine. This particular movement was also established in order to bring independence to…

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    In the book My Promised Land by Ari Shavit starts off with the chapter at first sight where we meet Shavit’s great grandfather Herbert Bentwich. Bentwich is a very passionate Zionist. Bentwich decides that Jews must settle in their homeland Judea, and so Bentwich led twenty-one Zionist pilgrims to the land of Israel in 1897. This is because anti Semitism was on the rise which was effecting the Jewish people in very negative ways. Jewish people all over were treated as second-class citizens,…

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