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Jewish Political Studies Review It has been fostered in a great variety of ways by so many, for such a long time, in all European countries that one might consider this form of hate and discrimination as inherent to European culture and a part of European "values.
Through its discriminatory declarations and votes in international bodies the EU acts as an arsonist, fanning the flames of anti-Semitism in its anti-Israeli disguise. Simultaneously it also serves as fireman, trying to quench the flames of classic religious and ethnic anti-Semitism.
France is paradigmatic of this approach.
Although European anti-Semitism cannot be eradicated, certain steps can be taken to mitigate it. This requires a major change in discriminatory EU policies toward Israel. In the meantime there are increasing indications that the European battle against anti-Semitism may be used, to the contrary, to facilitate attacks on Israel.
The widespread resurgence of European anti-Semitism after the Holocaust suggests it is inherent in European culture and values. This does not imply that all or most Europeans are anti-Semites.
In a similar manner, a significant number of Europeans like ballet, while many others find it boring, decadent, or disgusting. Yet dancing is part of European culture and has been practiced as a performing art for a long time.
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It originated in Europe, developed over many years, and is widely taught as well as frequently discussed by the cultural elite and shown in the major media. European anti-Semitism can be said to have similar characteristics.
That many Europeans condemn, dislike, or are indifferent to anti-Semitism does not contradict its role in European culture, as statements of European politicians, the mainstream media, and leading intellectuals prove.
Also, various types of anti-Semitic sentiments are expressed in polls. The statistics would probably reveal that the number of European anti-Semites far exceeds those who like ballet.
A phenomenon that develops intensely in an entire continent over a period of many centuries becomes deeply embedded in the societal mindset and behavior.
The anti-Semitic wave of the past few years seems to prove that it is impossible to eradicate such a deep-seated irrational attitude. Let me state the point as simply as I can: What more could have been done?
What more could and can we do to fight anti-Semitism? He asserted that when civilizations clash, Jews die.
In his view, in certain European circles, revenge is being taken against the Jews because "nobody will ever forgive the Jews for the Holocaust. He added that what should have been learned from the Holocaust is: It appears in waves, which may, but do not necessarily, correspond to developments in the Israeli-Arab conflict, with each wave being higher than the previous one.
A Millennium of Violence The beginning of violent European anti-Semitism is often traced to the Crusades at the end of the eleventh century.
Others claim it commenced in with organized mass murders of Jews in France, followed by massacres in areas that are now part of Germany. The ethnic or "racist" variant of political Jew-hatred began in the late 19th century in Germany.
At that time the term anti-Semitism first appeared.Feb 19, · And yet, one line from Hume’s essay strikes me as especially true: “It is difficult,” he wrote, “to be more detached from life than I am at present.”.
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if you liked this article, consider obtainingmy novel from amazon. Bill Gates; Albert Einstein; Thomas Jefferson. Jewish Political Studies Review (Spring ) The Deep Roots of Anti-Semitism in European Society* 1 Manfred Gerstenfeld The resurgence of European anti-Semitism after the Holocaust suggests that it has deep roots in society.
Feb 19, · And yet, one line from Hume’s essay strikes me as especially true: “It is difficult,” he wrote, “to be more detached from life than I am at present.”.