Genocidal Liberalism
Title Genocidal Liberalism PDF eBook
Author Richard L. Cravatts
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages 0
Release 2012
Genre Antisemitism
ISBN 9781469925356

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"Genocidal Liberalism: The University's Jihad Against Israel & Jews, a major work of investigative reporting and analysis, explores the growing phenomenon of Israel-hatred and covert anti-Semitism on college campuses. Fomented by extreme Left-wing institutes, funded by Saudi money, and led by professors with a barely-hidden intolerance for even the continued existence of the Jewish state, the new anti-Semitism, parading as anti-Zionism, poses deep and worrying threats to Israel and those who recognize the viability of this Western-style democracy in the Middle East. It also constitutes a rising threat to the United States: for the most devious of the new anti-Semites, including radical Muslim student groups, have, as their main agenda, critiquing Israel as a way of destabilizing the Middle East and reducing the power and positive influence of the United States and undermining Western institutions."--Publisher.



Genocidal Liberalism
Title Genocidal Liberalism PDF eBook
Author Richard L. Cravatts
Publisher
Pages 316
Release 2012
Genre Antisemitism
ISBN 9780615566382

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Genocidal Liberalism: The University's Jihad Against Israel & Jews explores the growing phenomenon of Israel-hatred and covert anti-Semitism on college campuses. Fomented by extreme Left-wing institutes, funded by Saudi dollars, and led by professors with a barely-hidden intolerance for even the continued existence of the Jewish state, the new anti-Semitism-parading as anti-Zionism-poses dangerous threats to Israel and those who recognize the viability of this Western-style democracy in the Middle East. Tracing the birth of this new strain of virulent anti-Israelism to the Left's obsession with "Palestinianism," this book also reveals how a destructive "unholy alliance" has been formed between those liberals who seek social justice for the Palestinians, and Islamists, who now find the Left as an ally against a common enemy: Israel. Genocidal Liberalism exposes the threat posed by the new anti-Semitism in detail, and then offers some concrete solutions to help bring American and Canadian campuses back to a balanced and level-headed discussion of Israel and to expose the dangerous agenda of campus radicals.



Antisemitismus im 21. Jahrhundert
Title Antisemitismus im 21. Jahrhundert PDF eBook
Author Marc Grimm
Publisher Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Pages 454
Release 2018-10-08
Genre History
ISBN 3110537095

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In den vergangenen Jahren vollzog sich eine deutlich beobachtbare Radikalisierung des Antisemitismus in Europa, die mit den islamistisch motivierten Terroranschlägen von Paris, Toulouse, Brüssel und Kopenhagen auch mörderische Konsequenzen hatte. Als Indikator für eine neue Qualität und Virulenz des Antisemitismus kann jedoch nicht nur der islamistische Antisemitismus gesehen werden, sondern auch die Zunahme von Antisemitismus in politisch und sozial arrivierten Kreisen und Milieus. Zugleich ist die Hemmschwelle für die Äußerung und Akzeptanz antisemitischer Ressentiments gesunken, sofern diese als „Israelkritik“ camoufliert sind. Parallel zu diesen Entwicklungen stellte der Antisemitismus sein Mobilisierungspotential für den politischen Protest auf der Straße unter Beweis, etwa im Rahmen der Mahnwachen für den Frieden und während des Gaza-Krieges 2014. Die Beiträge des Sammelbandes untersuchen Aspekte dieser Entwicklungen und befassen sich schwerpunktmäßig mit Antisemitismus in der öffentlichen Kommunikation, islamischen Antisemitismus und Antisemitismus in politischen Bewegungen. Mit Beiträgen von Alvin Rosenfeld, Dina Porat, Matthias Küntzel, Karin Stögner, Navras Alfreedi, Stephan Grigat, Amy Elman, Florian Markl, Franziska Krah, Matthias J. Becker, Dana Ionescu, Daniel Rickenbacher, Zbyněk Tarant, Günther Jikeli, Ullrich Bauer, Michael Höttemann, Laura-Luise Hammel, Simon Gansinger



Antisemitism in North America
Title Antisemitism in North America PDF eBook
Author Steven K. Baum
Publisher BRILL
Pages 475
Release 2016-01-27
Genre Social Science
ISBN 9004307141

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In Antisemitism in North America, leading scholars offer a wide variety of perspectives on why the Jews in North America have sometimes faced considerable bigotry but have, in general, found a home far more hospitable than the ones they left behind in Europe.



Intellectual Resistance and the Struggle for Palestine
Title Intellectual Resistance and the Struggle for Palestine PDF eBook
Author M. Abraham
Publisher Springer
Pages 197
Release 2014-08-07
Genre Education
ISBN 1137031956

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By positioning the late Edward Said's political interventions as a public intellectual on behalf of Palestinian populations living under Israeli occupation as a form of intellectual resistance, Abraham moves to consider forms of physical resistance, seeking to better understand the motivations of those who choose to turn their bodies into weapons.



Jewish State, Pariah Nation
Title Jewish State, Pariah Nation PDF eBook
Author Jerold S. Auerbach
Publisher Quid Pro Books
Pages 188
Release 2014-04-06
Genre History
ISBN 1610272153

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Jewish statehood was restored in 1948 amid a struggle over legitimacy that has persisted in Israel ever since: Who rules? Who decides? Antagonism between the political left and right erupted into bloody violence over the Altalena. Secular-religious discord even made defining who is a Jew in a Jewish state contentious. After the Six-Day War, the return of religious Zionist settlers to biblical Judea and Samaria reframed the struggle over legitimacy. Who decides where in the Land of Israel Jews may live: settlers and rabbis or the government? Israel’s invasion of Lebanon in 1982 provoked the first significant eruption of military disobedience, undermining the authority of the Israel Defense Forces with competing claims of personal conscience. Ever since the United Nations declared Zionism to be “a form of racism,” Israel has confronted an escalating international assault on its legitimacy. In political, academic, media, and cultural circles it has been demonized as an “apartheid,” even “Nazi,” state that much of the world despises. These conflicts are explored in this illuminating study of the dilemmas of legitimacy in the world’s only Jewish state and most reviled pariah nation. A new addition to the Contemporary Society Series from Quid Pro Books.



Il sabba intorno a Israele
Title Il sabba intorno a Israele PDF eBook
Author Niram Ferretti
Publisher Edizioni Lindau
Pages 176
Release 2017-09-28T00:00:00+02:00
Genre History
ISBN 886708870X

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Quella di Israele, più di ogni altra situazione politica a livello mondiale, è una questione che chiama in causa la verità.