antisemitism

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an·ti-Sem·i·tism

or an·ti·sem·i·tism (ăn′tē-sĕm′ĭ-tĭz′əm, ăn′tī-)
n.
1. Hostility toward or prejudice against Jews or Judaism.
2. Discrimination against Jews.
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Noun1.antisemitism - the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish peopleantisemitism - the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people
racism - the prejudice that members of one race are intrinsically superior to members of other races
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The charity Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) has called for Mr Sivier to be deselected by Labour because of statements made by him and after he linked to a notorious antisemite.
In particular, Holub highlights offhanded comments Nietzsche makes about the pervasiveness of Jews in Leipzig when recalling his time with Gersdorff, an outspoken antisemite.
Globalement, les actes a caractere islamophobe et antisemite etaient deja en forte augmentation a Londres avant les attentats de Paris.
Elle a constate que, dans l'ensemble, un adulte sur quatre dans le monde affiche une forme d'attitude antisemite.
The results found that Andy Martin, the more-than-alleged antiSemite and serial fringe candidate, is tied for second place in that hypothetical GOP primary with Bob Smith, the former U.
For example, America's most prolific antisemite of the 1930s was Robert Edward Edmonson.
Populiste, dictateur, [beaucoup moins que]Mussolini des Caraibes[beaucoup plus grand que], antisemite, rien n'aura ete epargne pour decrire l'homme qui a regne sur son pays pendant 14 ans.
They threw mud in return, calling him an antisemite, but he was too big for them.
If you're in the company of conservatives and you offer a justifiable criticism of Israel's occupation of Palestine, of the ever-encroaching settlements outside the country's borders, of its over-violent response to violence, it's as likely as not that it will be suggested that you're an antisemite, and if you happen to be a Jew as well, a self-hating antisemite.
One could notice that, regarding both the antisemite understanding of Jewishness (either as a religious problem, or an ethnic one, based on the language criterion) and the antisemite political measures (focused on the citizenship issue), the interwar discourse owes a lot to this period.
Le film d'Eastwood est tourne en 1990, son Afrique est, au moins, d'apres la deuxieme guerre mondiale: une scene decisive juxtapose la reactivation d'un episode antisemite dans Londres en guerre, l'infamie de quiconque persiste dans la haine des Juifs et le rapport insupportable des Blancs au personnel africain de l'hotel.
Burdekin comes to the conclusion that while the writers in question were not 'professed antisemite[s]' or 'writing tendentious literature in order to advance the goals of antisemitism', 'their portrayals and descriptions of Jews contain sufficient stereo-typed, negative or degrading elements to suggest that the prejudices of the antisemites and the limitations of liberal-minded Germans in responding to the presence of the Jewish community in Germany were two sides of the same coin' (p.