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Soviet anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism

Theodore H. Friedgut

Soviet anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism

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by Theodore H. Friedgut

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Published by Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Soviet and East European Research Centre in [Jerusalem] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Antisemitism -- Soviet Union.,
    • Zionism.,
    • Soviet Union -- Ethnic relations.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Theodore H. Friedgut.
      SeriesResearch paper / the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Soviet and East European Research Centre ;, no. 54, Research paper (Universitạh ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim. Merkaz le-meḥḳar ʻal Berit ha-Moʻatsot u-Mizraḥ Eropah) ;, no. 54.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS146.S65 F75 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination31, iii p. ;
      Number of Pages31
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2758739M
      LC Control Number86113324

        (At the same time, the Soviet Union supported the founding of the State of Israel, making clear that what was involved was not anti-Zionism, but anti-Semitism. Israel Denial: Anti-Zionism, Anti-Semitism, & the Faculty Campaign Against the Jewish State Cary Nelson. out of 5 stars 7. Paperback. $ Second, he claims that, to the extent that there was a fight against anti-Semitism by the early Soviet state, it originated politically not in the “internationalist and assimilationist currents Reviews: 2.

        Then several Soviet Jewish doctors were accused of murdering and plotting to murder high Soviet leaders at the behest of a for eign Zionist organization. The . Yes, he was from the start! Stalin was 1/2 of Osset and 1/2 Georgian anti-semite! Josef Stalin's mother was an Orthodox Christian! ?t=

        The State Department sharply denounced as a “viciously anti-Semitic work” a recently published book in the Soviet Union which attempts to eliminate any distinction between anti-Semitism . Anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism had always identified victims of Jewish usurpation — the proletariat, the Polish middle class, the Russian peasantry, and, for Richard Wagner, German music — but these were abstractions compared to the Palestinians. And the existence of actual human victims has been enormously useful to the negative coalition.


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Soviet anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism by Theodore H. Friedgut Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book was translated into sixteen languages and became one of Soviet anti-Zionism’s foundational texts. It described Zionists as representative of colonialist-imperialist powers, hostile toward the working people of Soviet anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism book and cultivating an insatiable thirst for power.

Soviet anti-Zionism was a propaganda doctrine promulgated in the Soviet Union during the course of the Cold War, which intensified after the Six-Day was officially sponsored by the department of propaganda of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and by the alleged that Zionism was a form of racism, and argued that Zionists were similar to Nazis.

Soviet anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism were articulated under the guise of Marxist opposition to imperialism, chauvinism, colonialism and ethnocentricism, all of which were equated by the Soviet propaganda apparatus with Zionism. One representative example is entitled Zionism: Instrument of Imperialist Reaction, published in   Barry Gilheany discusses Soviet anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.

The current crisis in the Labour Party concerning anti-Semitism has much to do (but not exclusively) to do polarising positions of the Israel-Palestine conflict and the related issue as to what extent antizionism is a variant of; an intrinsic part of or completely distinct from anti-Semitism.

Nearly every theme now commonplace in attacks on the Jewish state—that Israel practices “apartheid”; that Zionism is a form of racism, colonialism, and imperialism; that Zionists collaborated with the Nazis; and that Jews exaggerated the horrors of the Holocaust in order to gain sympathy for Zionism—can be found in Soviet anti-Zionist propaganda carefully cultivated by the.

In response to: Selling Anti-Semitism in Moscow from the Novem issue. To the Editors. I would like to enter a strong protest against the review of Yuri Ivanov’s Caution: Zionism. by Mikhail Agursky which you headlined “Selling Anti-Semitism in Moscow,” (Novem ). 1) Agursky has Soviet anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism book and distorted the contents of the book, and Reddaway has been something.

The Soviet Union went down in history as a country of state-sponsored anti-Semitism. But I often think that it would be more accurate to call it a country of state-sponsored anti-Zionism.

Anti-Zionism is opposition to term is broadly defined in the modern era as opposition to the State of Israel or, prior toits establishment, as well as to the political movement of Jews to self-determination. The anti-Zionism movement has attracted supporters and controversy, including within the broader Jewish community.

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On Februin a speech, which lasted over 5 hours, Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev denounced anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. While Stalin and Lenin had much of the same in various statements and speeches, this was the first time that a high-ranking Soviet.

It was under the banner of anti-Zionism that Soviet anti-Semitism blossomed. The Soviet anti-Zionist campaign I personally experienced began in and lasted essentially through the end of the empire. In that time, hundreds of books and thousands of articles were published painting Zionism as a racist ideology.

Soviet anti-Semitism flourished after the Second World War, as the Communist leaders were unable to resist the target that had proven so successful for Hitler.

In Stalin alleged the existence of a Doctors’ Plot, masterminded by Jews, to poison the top Soviet leadership. s Stalin's condemnation of antisemitism. On 12 JanuaryStalin gave the following answer to an inquiry on the subject of the Soviet attitude toward antisemitism from the Jewish News Agency in the United States.

National and racial chauvinism is a vestige of the misanthropic customs characteristic of the period of -semitism, as an extreme form of racial. But in practice, strident anti-Zionism — whether in the Soviet Union in the s, in many Arab countries in recent decades or among Western progressives — tends to turn into antipathy toward.

Anti-Zionism in the s and s: the USSR and the Soviet Bloc Prof. Elissa Bemporad, Prof. Jeffrey Herf Events taking place in the s had a major effect on the development of anti-Zionism in the Soviet Union and on their subsequent spread across the Soviet Bloc states, those Communist nations closely allied with the Soviet Union.

Whatever gratitude the Soviet Union had earned from Jews for helping defeat Nazism had long since been obviated by its state-sponsored anti-Semitism and the near-total destruction of. Several anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic books were published in the Soviet Union, until the early s.

Trofim Kitchko’s Judaism Unembellished, sponsored by the Academy of Sciences, was just one. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Friedgut, Theodore H. Soviet anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism. [Jerusalem]: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Soviet. His discussion of the relationship between Soviet anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism is too complex to be analyzed here.

His penultimate essay, “The Fall of the Berlin Wall and the Radical Right in East Germany” examines, with depth and complexity, the rise of the radical right, especially neo-Nazism, in the new German states, the former GDR.

The charge ‘anti-Semite’ is used to defend racism, and to sustain a regime that implements racist policies. Source: London Review of Books N ot long after the eruption of the Second Intifada in SeptemberI became active in a Jewish-Palestinian political movement called Ta’ayush, which conducts non-violent direct action against Israel’s military siege of the West Bank and Gaza.

Soviet bureaucrats vehemently reject suggestions that "anti-Zionism" means "anti-Semitism." But to many Soviet Jews, it is a distinction without a difference.

Western media and aim to subvert.Soviet anti-Zionism was not simply for domestic consumption. It seems that Yuri Ivanov’s Caution: Zionism! was the subject of an international campaign of promotion, being translated into several languages and published in large numbers.

In Le monde vu de la plus extrême droite (Perpignan: Presses Universitaires de Perpignan, ), Nicolas Lebourg states that half a million copies of.Soviet anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism were articulated under the guise of Marxist opposition to imperialism, chauvinism, colonialism, and ethnocentricism, all of which were equated by the Soviet propaganda apparatus with Zionism.

One representative example is entitled Zionism: Instrument of Imperialist Reaction, published in [2] The book.