5 edition of Anti-Semitism and Zionism found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Daniel Rubin.|
|Contributions||Rubin, Daniel, 1931-|
|LC Classifications||DS145 .A632 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||87003123|
Clarifies what is required to more effectively combat anti-Semitism, as well as to secure a just peace in the Middle East. Includes discussion of the historical background as of , and the ideology of Zionism. Both anti-Semitism and Zionism appeared against a background of ideological confusion into which Jewish existence had been thrown by the abandonment of the old theological definition of Judaism and the Jewish people. Both the Jewish and the Christian traditions had once accounted for the Jewish Diaspora by seeing it as divinely sanctioned.
On the other hand, Zionism is the effect of two impulses which came from without,—first, the principle of nationality, which for half a century ruled thought and feeling in Europe, and governed the politics of the world; secondly, Anti-Semitism, from which the Jews of all countries have more or less to suffer. The Connection between Anti-Semitism and Anti-Zionism. May 4, The author of over 30 books, Rabbi Sacks has received multiple awards in recognition of his work including the Templeton Prize. He is the recipient of 17 honorary doctorates, was knighted by Her Majesty The Queen in and made a Life Peer, taking his seat in the House of.
“(6) The epitome of Mr. Frumess’ argument, however, is his acceptance of the belief that anti‐Semitism is the fault of the Jew himself, of . One such individual was Theodor Herzl, a Viennese journalist who wrote The Jewish State (), calling for the formation of a Jewish nation state as a solution to the Diaspora and to anti-Semitism. In Herzl called the first World Zionist Congress at Basel, which brought together diverse proto-Zionist groups into one movement.
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This is a superb book about the threat to human rights from anti-Zionism. The title, "Aftershock," refers to the attack on Israel following the earthquake of the Holocaust.
As the author says, minorities must bow to the will of majorities. Minorities can be protected by the "bulwark" of human rights.3/5(2). Book Description This is a study of the ideological and political relationship between Zionism and anti-Semitism in modern Germany. It analyzes the nature of modern German anti-Semitism, the decision-making process precipitating the Nazi mass murder of European Jews, and the role of German Zionism in German-Jewish history before the /5(3).
"This book is a collection of 14 high-quality scholarly articles by 13 contributors from Canada, the United States, Europe, Australia, and Israel.
While most of the contributors are willing to acknowledge a distinction between anti-Zionism and antisemitism, they document the plain fact that much anti-Zionism is rooted in, Format: Hardcover. While this book is ostensibly about opposition to Israel, it is really about far more than that.
(Deborah E Lipstadt, Emory University, author of Antisemitism Here and Now) The Academic Engagement Network is pleased to support publication of Cary Nelsons Israel by: 1.
" Anti-Zionism on Campus is a tour de force. It accurately exposes the depth of anti-Israel bias on campuses (primarily in the U.S., but with several insightful chapters also focusing on the British, Australian, Canadian, and South African campus climate).5/5(3).
And then in I went to Oxford University to do my doctorate. I was already doubting the whole notion of Zionism and the Jewish State as I was going to Oxford. My stay there really tipped the balance and I became not only a non-Zionist, but in certain ways also anti-Zionist.
You’ve selected five books on the history of Zionism. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nordau, Max Simon, Zionism and anti-Semitism. New York, Fox, Duffield & Co., (OCoLC) Zionism and Anti-Semitism Theodor Herzl (), the founder of modern Zionism, recognized that anti-Semitism would further his cause, the creation of a separate state for Jews.
To solve the Jewish Question, he maintained “we must, above all. Of all the books on Israel and the Middle East, for me, Conor Cruise O’Brien’s book is a classic. So, this is not about anti-Semitism but it will inoculate a lot of people against the anti-Semitism which morphs out of the anti-Israel/anti-Zionism.
Stating that if anti-Zionism just means being against Israel then anti-Zionism is OK misses the point by a mile and hundreds of years. If Zionism is anything, it is a discussion; everyone seems to. Around that time, Jews throughout the world faced growing anti-Semitism. Some historians believe that an increasingly tense atmosphere between Jews and Europeans may have triggered the Zionism.
As others here said, Anti-Zionism is usually an increasingly acceptable fig leaf cover for Anti-Semites. There are some tells that can help you identify rational-seeming western academics as the hate-filled racists that they are, and the primary.
Lipstadt’s new book, “Antisemitism: Here and Now” — completed long before the massacre at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue, but made all the more timely in its wake — underscores how vain that. This review is from: Zionism and Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany (Paperback) Up until the start of WW II, the Nazis focused on both removing Jews from public life and on promoting Jewish emigration.
The two policies conflicted in multiple ways/5. Popular Zionism Books Showing of A History of Zionism (Paperback) by. Walter Laqueur (shelved 8 times as zionism) Beyond Chutzpah: On the Misuse of Anti-Semitism and the Abuse of History (Hardcover) by. Norman G. Finkelstein (shelved 3 times as zionism).
The book examines anti-Semitism in Europe beforethe nature of Hitler's rule in Germany and Nazi anti-Semitic policy from toas well as 4/5. Book of the day Politics books The Left’s Jewish Problem: Jeremy Corbyn, Israel and Anti‑Semitism – review Everywhere, “Zionist” and Author: Nick Cohen.
The rise in white nationalist anti-Semitism in this country should be addressed, but that reality should not be used to buttress overzealous, reckless accusations of anti-Semitism. We must acknowledge how deeply the conflation between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism has become normalized, including within some progressive Jewish circles.
Herzl and other Zionists believed that anti-Semitism would approve of Zionism. Some anti-Semites indeed considered Zionism as useful for attaining their target of eliminating Jewish life in Germany. Nevertheless, this did not lead to direct contact or co-operation between the two : C.G. Krüger. Zionism emerged as an answer to the strains of citizenship and the problems of anti-Semitism.
Three books on anti-Semitism in a changing world Being Jewish Today. Anti-Semitism is "hostility and prejudice directed against Jewish people" (OED). Zionism refers to the movement to create a Jewish state in the Middle East, roughly corresponding to the historical.The emeritus director of the Anti-Defamation League, Abraham Foxman, recommends the best books to better understand anti-Semitism.
The best books on The Dreyfus Affair and the Belle Epoque, recommended by Ruth Harris. Read. 1. The Dreyfus Affair: J’accuse and other writings The best books on Zionism and Anti-Zionism.Zionism’s inability to exist without anti-Semitism had already been anticipated by Ahad Ha’am in In his criticism of Herzl, The Congress and Its Creator, he writes: “From [Herzl’s] notebook.