Antisemitism: how the origins of history’s oldest hatred still hold sway today

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Antisemitism is on the march. From the far-right demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia, with their “Blood and Soil” chants and their “Jews will not replace us” placards to attacks on synagogues in Sweden, arson attacks on kosher restaurants in France and a spike in hate crimes against Jews in the UK.

  • Gervase Phillips
  • The Conversation

Antisemitism seems to have been given a new lease of life.

Hatre 1aThe seemingly endless conflicts in the Middle East have made the problem worse as they spawn divisive domestic politics in the West.

But can the advance of antisemitism be attributed to the…

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