By Robert S. Wistrich

ISBN-10: 1349112623

ISBN-13: 9781349112623

ISBN-10: 134911264X

ISBN-13: 9781349112647

With its origins in a convention equipped via the Institute of Jewish Affairs in London, this booklet asks if a typical denominator are available among the anti-Semitism that has existed throughout the a long time and extra modern types of anti-Zionism.

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B) how the state of Israel was portrayed? (c) how Zionism was characterised? As has been the case in the past, the three categories are often intertwined, and it is clear that some Soviet writers still use Jew, Zionist and Israel with a high degree of interchangeability. In articles dealing with Soviet Jews as Jews, the most prominent theme during the first eight months of 1985 was the condemnation of emigration and the characterisation of the emigrants either as renegades or as victims of their own poor judgement.

For the Russian social democrats the question of national minorities was particularly prominent since the Russian Empire - 'the prison house of nations' - was a ferment of national animosities and repressed aspirations. Lenin, who at the beginning of this century fully accepted Kautsky as an ideological authority, embraced assimilation as a solution to the Jewish question in Russia. He firmly opposed separate Jewish political organisation within Russia, denying the existence of a Jewish nation that transcended geographical and historical boundaries.

There can be little doubt, however, that the enthusiasm expressed so openly at the synagogue in Moscow was felt in some degree by virtually all Soviet Jews. This public display, seen by the authorities as an expression of sympathy for Zionism (and for a foreign state) served as confirmation ofthe regime's deep-seated doubts about Jewish loyalties. Moreover, as a spontaneous public expression of heterodox opinion the demonstration by the synagogue violated the most fundamental rules of Stalin's society.

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