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or an·ti·sem·i·tism (ăn′tē-sĕm′ĭ-tĭz′əm, ăn′tī-)
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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Schedrin writes that the imperial Russian policy toward Jews was "motivated by raison d'etat rather than by the personal Judeophobia of the tsar and the bureaucracy.
The human fear of ghosts renders anti-Semitismor Judeophobia, as he called ita hereditary and incurable "psychic aberration" common to the whole of mankind.
As John Klier has written, occult forms of Judeophobia were born in the twilight of the reform years, when disillusionment and socioeconomic dislocation shifted social and political blame onto minority groups.
Among their topics are Hebrews and Second Temple Jewish traditions on the origin of angels, Flavian innovations in the concept of priesthood and their reflection in the treatise "To the Hebrews," an archaeology of Hebrews' tabernacle imagery, the theological interpretation of Hebrews in the modern period, and Hebrews and the discourse of Judeophobia.
When I see all the nationalists with all their phobias -- xenophobia, homophobia, Judeophobia, Islamophobia, you name it -- the world is in a bad place.
79) However, this deplorable history of Christian Judeophobia should not be a pretext for ignoring the human rights violations of the Palestinian people by the modern state of Israel.
Yet the distinction between old and new antisemitism is the subject of manifold and often confusing debates, in which the positions range from an ardent conviction of the existence of a qualitative change (3) to total rejection not only of the change itself but even of its antisemitic character, (4) with some describing the accepted newness not as antisemitism but as Judeophobia.
Muslim Judeophobia is not--as is commonly claimed--a reaction to the Mideast conflict but one of its main "root causes.
A better parallelism, therefore, might be to pair Islamophobia with Judeophobia, or anti-Judaism with anti-Muslimism, or anti-Semitism with anti-Islamism.
2) Alternatively, Tapia's play is a project designed to bring about colonial reform by mollifying Negrophobia, which is accomplished in part by displacing it with Judeophobia.
30pm, readers will have the opportunity to hear direct from Gloria Greenfield, the writer of an extremely powerful film about anti-Semitism Unmasked Judeophobia.
Specifically, it is no longer possible to think about Jewish difference or even about Judeophobia without also considering the racialization of Muslims.