What was the deal with this rather stunning accusation—presented without a byline—of anti-Semitism at the vaunted magazine?
Why is it that we have had so much trouble uttering one simple word: “anti-Semitism”?
Is it anti-Semitism, or are less insidious cultural forces at work?
So instead of combining anti-Semitism with anti-Zionism, Murdoch combined anti-Semitism with super-Zionism.
It would be as absurd to accuse me of anti-Semitism for alluding to the fact that the Rothschilds or Warburgs were Jews.
The only other country in Europe in which a legalized anti-Semitism exists is Rumania.
anti-Semitism would be simply ridiculous if it were not so terribly in earnest.
The old Junker anti-Semitism received a great impulse from the collapse of thrones which followed the Armistice of 1918.
Another of Chesterton's intellectual aberrations is his anti-Semitism.
He took a worthy part in the struggle against anti-Semitism.
also antisemitism, 1881, from German Antisemitismus, first used by Wilhelm Marr (1819-1904) German radical, nationalist and race-agitator, who founded the Antisemiten-Liga in 1879; see anti- + Semite.
Not etymologically restricted to anti-Jewish theories, actions, or policies, but almost always used in this sense. Those who object to the inaccuracy of the term might try Hermann Adler's Judaeophobia (1882). Anti-Semitic (also antisemitic) and anti-Semite (also antisemite) also are from 1881, like anti-Semitism they appear first in English in an article in the "Athenaeum" of Sept. 31, in reference to German literature.