Two Semites Confront Anti-Semitism: On the Varities of Anti-Semitic Experience

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This study examines the social and historical forces that drive anti-Semitism—old and new. It focuses on the role of political players and the subsequent benefit derived by creating hostilities towards Semites. An analysis of recent policy trends will shed light on the interrelationship between increased incidence of anti-Semitic violence and victimization and the passage of tougher immigration laws as well as extended government reach into the private lives of citizens, all in the name of restoring law and order; a means of controlling the perceived chaos which results from increased sectarian violence. Lastly, the authors share personal insights and stories of victimization they confronted as Semites in an increasingly intolerant world.

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