What is “New” about Anti-Semitism Today?, with Professor Weiser
January 13, 2021, at 7:30 pm
The horrors of the Holocaust effectively discredited antisemitism in most circles. It became seen in the West as a social disease that needed to be combated through education and legislation. Jews in North America enjoy today the greatest degree of tolerance and acceptance as individuals they have ever known. Yet, while few would now publicly admit to being antisemites, Jew-hatred has hardly disappeared and seems to be on the rise, as recent tragic events show. While many traditional slanders about Jews are seldom heard, conspiracy theories have become a dominant motif in antisemitism on both the Left and the Right. What are they and why are they so popular?
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