Antisemitism

As support for Israel drops, supporters of the Zionist project feel more isolated and become more hysterical. Sue Bull reports.

protester holding a sign saying 'Germany stop supporting Israel's war crimes'

While Germany cracks down on free speech and debate over Israel's genocidal war in Palestine in the name of 'protecting Jews and fighting antisemitism', its military industrial complex is making mega profits from the sales of weapons to Israel, writes Mary Merkenich.

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Since the Labor and Liberal parties have lost hearts and minds over their support for genocidal Israel, they are now moving to culture wars, argues Pip Hinman.

The Jewish Council of Australia and the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Australia are among many condemning efforts to weaponise the tragic stabbings at Westfield shopping Centre in Bondi. Kerry Smith reports.

The Jewish Council of Australia said attempts to remove pro-Palestinian voices should be “deeply concerning to all who value a plural and open society”. Kerry Smith reports.

book cover, refugees fleeing in 1948

Lenni Brenner's edited volume, 51 Documents: Zionist Collaboration With the Nazis is important reading today in the context of the United States-backed Israeli genocidal war in Gaza, writes Barry Sheppard.

Israel has always appropriated and exceptionalised Jewish suffering, but anti-Zionist Jews reclaim their suffering under Nazi persecution from Israel’s propaganda machine, Michelle Berkon told a Palestine rally.

The mainstream media’s apologisms for mass murder are sickening. Markela Panegyres argues we need to reject and call out attempts to silence resistance to genocide, before it is normalised.

 

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Writer and activist Sarah Glynn argues that the uncritical support being given to Israel in its genocidal war on the Palestinians is itself antisemitic and stokes further antisemitism.

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The defeat of Nazi Germany in World War II, and the horrors of the Holocaust, put an end to antisemitic regimes in Europe. But it did not end collaboration between Zionism and antisemitism, argues Barry Sheppard.

Paris protest for Palestine Nov 11

A mass demonstration in Paris on November 12 purported to oppose rising antisemitism, but was, in fact, aimed at crippling the pro Palestine movement. John Mullen explains.

Palestinian writers Susan Abulhawa and Mohammed El-Kurd have been subjected to a storm of false defamation at the Adelaide Writers’ Festival in South Australia. Gideon Polya reports.