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A New Definition of Antisemitism Is Out, and the Antisemites Love It

There's a new left-leaning contender in the raging battle to define antisemitism: The Jerusalem Declaration. But its proponents seem curiously unwilling to actually label anything as antisemitic

David Schraub
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David Schraub
David Schraub

The past few years have seen a growing tempest swirl around the so-called International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, or IHRA, definition of antisemitism.

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