הקיים והמשתנה באנטישמיות בדורנו.
אטינגר, שמואל, 1919-1988Book
"A dangerous, worldwide coalition of Islamic terrorists, well-intentioned but misinformed students, right-wing fascists, left-wing ideologues, academics, feminists, European politicians, journalists, and international human rights organizations have joined together to again scapegoat the Jews and the Jewish state for crimes they did not commit and for whatever ails the world. In this intensely passionate and compelling book, the best-selling and prize-winning Jewish author Dr. Phyllis Chesler demonstrates how old-fashioned anti-Semitism -- now often seen in the form of anti-Zionism -- has become fashionable and even politically correct, and how this plague threatens the Jews of the world, Israel, America, and Western civilization. The 2003 edition of this book was a pioneering book that has stood the test of time. This new edition updates, expands, and strengthens the original analysis and also has a new introduction, resource section, and the answers to the twenty most frequently asked questions"--Back cover.
The New Anti-Semitism / Phyllis Chesler.
Jerusalem (Israel)-place of publication
New York : Gefen Publishing House
Introduction -- 9/11 and the New Anti-Semitism -- The Old Anti-Semitism -- Modern Anti-Semitism Before 9/11 -- What's New About the New Anti-Semitism? -- The Betrayal of Truth, Part One: The European Intifada -- The Betrayal of Truth, Part Two: The Intifada in North America -- Is Anti-Zionism the New Anti-Semitism? -- What Must Be Done -- The 20 Most Frequently Asked Questions and How to Answer Them -- Appendix A: A History of Arab Attacks Against Israel, 1908-1970s -- Appendix B: Islamic Terrorism Against the United States, 1970s-1990s -- Appendix C: Palestinian And Islamic Terrorism Against Jews, 1970s to 1990s -- Appendix D: Post-9/11 Islamic Terrorists Attacks Against the West -- Appendix E: Recent Palestinian Arab Terrorism Against Israel -- Appendix F: Anti-Semitic Incidents Worldwide -- Notes -- Suggested Reading -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- Index.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-244) and index.
xiv, 263 pages
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