The New Anti-Semitism

Publisher: Gefen Publishing House Release date: 2014-11-19

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"e;Anyone who wants to understand the connection between anti-Semitism, Islamic terrorism, the role of propaganda and appeasement must read this book."e; -Natan Sharansky, author, The Case for Democracy: The Power of Freedom to Overcome Tyranny and Terror "e;Passionate and beautifully written. This book will make you weep. It will also make you angry and frightened."e;-Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law School; author, The Case for Israel "e;Absolutely amazing, troubling, fierce. An indispensable guide to apocalyptic sandstorms our world now faces. I am stunned by the book; it's brilliant, and must be read and debated. Our lives may depend on it."e;-Erica Jong, poet and novelist, Fear of Flying and Sappho's Leap "e;A stirring call to action for a still slumbering world."e; -Joseph Farah, founder, editor and CEO, WorldNetDaily.com; author, Taking America Back "e;An exceptionally powerful work."e;-Rabbi Lord Dr. Jonathan Sacks, former Chief Rabbi of England; author, The Dignity of Difference: How to Avoid the Clash of Civilizations 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 feminist 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 work 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.

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Genre: History of religion

Collection: Gefen Publishing House

Type: EPub

Pages: 408

ISBN: 9789652298102

Additional Information

Genre: History of religion

Collection: Gefen Publishing House

Type: EPub

Pages: 408

ISBN: 9789652298102

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