“Andrássy Universität Budapest” helyszín bejegyzései

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    In the past, at least in Europe and the United States, individuals and organizations criticizing Israel were usually careful not to link such criticism to the expression of Anti-Semitism. Making such a distinction was recognisable even in Middle Eastern societies and in statements critically addressing Zionism. This practice, however, changed, since the beginning of the new millennium, particularly in many environments identifying themselves in various radical forms with Islamist thinking. Anti-Israeli attitudes have been increasingly tied to Anti-Jewish stereotypes including openly expressed conspiracy theories. With the massive immigration from mainly Islamic Middle East and North African societies to Europe in recent years and months, parts of European societies will increasingly reflect upon positions tying criticism of Israel to Anti-Jewish stereotypes and attitudes. Countering this development requires deeper knowledge of the developments in the Middle East, of Israel’s...