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The European Left, Israel and antisemitism

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Published: 31 May 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

The Holocaust, the Left, and the return of hate – Jamie Palmer – The Tower, Issue 37 April 2016
The European Left is struggling to combat antisemitism in its midst. If history is any guide, it may be a long time before their solidarity extends to Jews and Israelis. The problem goes beyond the question of Israel itself. It also involves a general sense that the Left is unconcerned with Jewish interests and unwilling to take the matter of rising antisemitism seriously, preferring instead to dismiss it as a consequence of Israeli policies or a censorious attempt to close down discussion of the same.
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