Anti-Semitism After the Holocaust - Also in Denmark

(Jewish Political Studies Review) Arthur Arnheim- Anti-Semitism in Denmark after the Holocaust has followed the trends of anti-Semitism in other European countries. The sources of Danish anti-Semitism are to be found in three different political environments: left-wing-based bias against Israel and Jews; incitement by Moslem immigrants (especially from Lebanon and the Palestinian territories); and Christian anti-Semitism disguised as compassion for the sufferings of ordinary Palestinians.

2004-07-02 00:00:00

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