2 edition of Anti-semitism in the Soviet Union found in the catalog.
Anti-semitism in the Soviet Union
Seminar on Soviet Anti-Semitism (1978 Jerusalem)
1979 by Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Centre for Research and Documentation of East-European Jewry in Jerusalem .
Written in English
|Other titles||Anṭishemiyut bi-Verit ha-Moʻatsot.|
|Statement||edited by S. Ettinger.|
|Contributions||Kelman, Jacob M., Ettinger, Samuel., Universiṭah ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim. Merkaz le-ḥeḳer ule-tiʻud Yahadut Mizraḥ Eropah.|
|LC Classifications||DS146.S65 A56 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
|LC Control Number||83237951|
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The Hoax of Soviet Anti-Semitism: Jews, Zionism, Communism, Israel and the Soviet Union /5(8). Soviet Union comes as no surprise. They have long known of the proscrip-tions on Jewish culture and religious life, of the deep-seated and abiding tradition of anti-semitism in Russia, and of the many occasions when Soviet officialdom provoked these primitive sentiments for reasons of state.
About 3, Jews still live in the Soviet Union. Get this from a library. The unredeemed: anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union.
[Ron Rubin; Mazal Holocaust Collection.]. HomeWe Fled Anti-Semitism In The Soviet Union. Now I Fear For My Children — In America. Over the past two decades, anti-Semitism has continued to form the ideological basis of many right-wing ultra-nationalist organizations in the former Soviet Union.
These racist “skinhead” groups promote anti-Semitic propaganda, use anti-Semitic rhetoric, and incite racial violence. Anti-Semitism, with the slurs and stereotypes that stem from it, is not a new concept. From the middle ages to present day, the types of anti-Semitism have changed dramatically, but it is no less prevalent today than it was 1, years ago.
Likewise, Russia and the countries that made up the Former Soviet Union.