The legacy of Islamic antisemitism: from sacred texts to solemn history
This comprehensive meticulously documented collection of scholarly articles presents indisputable evidence that a readily discernible and uniquely Islamic antisemitism has been expressed continuously since the advent of Islam. The contributors show that the Koran itself is a significant source of hostility towards Jews as well as other foundational texts.
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Is Islamic anti-Semitism a recent phenomenon, brought about by the creation of Israel in 1948, or is it a deeply imbedded element of the religion itself, dating back to its very origins? This is the ... Read full review
The title itself is a misnomer. Arabs are Semitic people so how can they be anti-Semite!? How can we take the author seriously if he doesn't even take the time to use proper nomenclature for the title.
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