Aktueller Antisemitismus ein Phänomen der Mitte (German by Jehuda Reinharz,Monika Schwarz-Friesel,Evyatar Friesel

By Jehuda Reinharz,Monika Schwarz-Friesel,Evyatar Friesel

Anti-Jewish sentiment and prejudice aren't a fringe-group phenomenon. in recent times the inhibition threshold for expressing anti-Semitic content material in public has turn into decrease, with Israel usually serving as a reveal for projecting anti-Jewish sentiment. This anti-Semitism of the mainstream of society used to be the focal point of an interdisciplinary symposium in 2009 at Friedrich Schiller college Jena. The booklet includes the convention contributions, within which eminent specialists on anti-Semitism comparable to Wolfgang Benz, Jehuda Reinharz and Martin Kloke examine the phenomenon.

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