Jewish museum's obsolete debate on anti-Semitism
There's something very wrong in the discussion about defining today's anti-Semitism when endlessly recycled, outdated and worn-out views are feted as gospel.
There is a beguiling paradox around the term "anti-Semitism." Prejudice of varying degrees toward Jews is a centuries-old phenomenon, yet there remains precious little agreement as to what anti-Semitism involves in our own time.
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