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and it never went away. it can be subtle, it can be in your face. sometimes antisemitism can be hard to recognize, even in yourself, but no, no, no, don't run away. mostly on what you don't necessarily have to have a malicious intention to say something anti semitic. long. as i described myself as a liberal j ortman with fear, we have a tradition oriented community. there was one bad incident where someone drove by the synagogue on a motorbike and shouted heil hitler. had hitler with this was during drop off time for the kansas daycare agreement. when a lot of parents bring their children to kinda playing onward and then at a party, someone said to me, how did hitler forget one or something from what i was out of hitler, was the dictator of nazi germany. responsible for the systematic murder of 6000000
jews or the man and valona as a jew, what do you do in a situation like that at some but i was on pretty hadn't gotten and i was interviewing. it was supposed to be for a feature in a major german magazine, the door just like got afterward and we had a coffee and we were sitting together. and then out of nowhere came the question before, but come on and let's be honest with juice. it's always about money, right, and you get to live and you just think, wait a minute and i hear that right. i just have to go home and that's just one trip that's been doing the rounds for centuries. in fact. busy and his magic tricks are nothing new. they've been passed down and reappear in every era repackaged and seemingly shiny and new for the next generation. paul and his and anti semitism comes in many different forms. miriam venza director of frankfort jewish museum, germany. so let's look at that example about wealth and money. as
a swash is the thing to this rule. historically, jews will exclude it from many professions in europe, few from oscars. and among the jobs they were allowed to do was traditionally dealing with the coins. either all exchanging money that gave vixen the fine. that was the case in the early modern period. and that led to the idea that jews have something to do with money go for to one home times of crisis provide particularly fertile ground for spreading anti semitic tropes. and conspiracies, an age old and murky myth, the hidden hand. you can see it, it's not there. but there is an assumption that there is some something sinister. i read up not history, professor george washington university. we saw it even in cases like the covered pandemic. right. all these questions of who exactly benefits from the covert and then implying that actually it's a conspiracy of a jewish, you know, ah,
are businessmen and in peer and companies that are producing door on the vaccine and so on. it's a convenient idea that there's a small group of people secretly controlling the world. in reality, it's an ungrounded conspiracy theory that's really old. this is natalie's, but of course is absolutely the co antisemitic, nor right in a thing. and it's a christian one. these unaccustomed, this hidden hand is a baseless anti semitic trope, date him back as far as the middle ages, when christianity strove to become the dominant religion in europe and began to persecute juice if i can finish room. and that means that the conspiracy theory that jews are doing something and secret is always part of the mobilization of feelings, which in turn leads to acts of violence for provide on room near has learned. i often wonder what the germans actually say over a family christmas dinner,
for example, if anti semitic conspiracy theories come up at the table, do you stay silent or do you speak up madame, what of what my mouth? you should say something because ignoring antisemitism, won't make it magically go away. let's say in germany for a while. so why does it seem like it's so difficult for a lot of germans to confront antisemitism today? maybe because they see it as something gone and overcome java does what i think a lot of people associate anti semitism only with world war 2 that hitler created anti semitism and it was all over 945. and that's just completely a historical hers. so that's another thing, antisemitism isn't just a nazi thing. but although jews were long subjected to violence, expulsions, false conversions, and systematic prosecution, the nazi era was undoubtedly without parallel. starting in 1933,
the nazis used antisemitic legislation and propaganda to create a culture of segregation and hostility all over nazi occupied europe. jews where eventually detained in ghettos and deported to concentration or death camps where they were subjected to force labor atrocities and mass murder. by the time nazi germany surrendered, 6000000 jews had been murdered. the minute we to mattingly saying that the step next after on semitism is already holocaust, we find it problematic to identify the more sinister ah, demo, mundane the discriminatory practices. the tropes, a de trafficking of, of stereotypes that is not to move to magically to morrow is living, god forbid, for a complete nihilism in the genocidal practices unto me. so you are an anti semite only if you say chew should go to the gas chambers that wouldn't anything else is a legitimate criticism of unless it's in the home. so don't be mistaken. the ball
for anti semitism isn't set up, murder. it can also sound like this order was our you look pretty for a jew, but what does that do to a person? my mac, this van minor or ma, noticed that when my grandmother gives me months, a cracker is on passover, and i put them in the car and she says, no, never leave them lying around, hide them. i don't want my neighbor to see that were jewish, and there are a lot of jews and my circle of friends who aren't open about being jewish because they've had bad experiences with anti semitism. it's a stressful for me to pretend 247. so i'm open about being jewish. if someone has a problem with that, they should just come and sorted out with me. i'm learning from mccloud. if that was good before she knew, i think there are many different reactions because it's quite distinct. even in the same person. there's the feeling of i know that i'll get my suitcase out because i have to be better prepared for what's happening here. yeah. can i really permanently belong to society here? and though am i sufficiently protected?
where do i move to eliza in? for some jeez, that one place they can feel safe. is israel? the world's only jewish state? since 1950. choose from all over the world and gentle convert to judaism, are entitled to settle in israel, and we see full israeli citizenship if they wanting from me after, for me as a practicing jew, it's meaningful when i can celebrate jewish holidays there and and it's a safe haven, i know there's also the feelings or there's a country that is that there's a place on to simply b and, and to maybe not handle the feeling of being in a minority language to ask a few to. hm. and, and i'm in the hurts design. this had his 2 questions. one stand that dad's historically been of great importance to jews. mom dad walking down the street wearing my star of david and knowing that nothing will happen is an incredible feeling and situ unblocked, which is good food. if you would all nights urine but the decades since the
founding of the state of israel, i have seen a new facet of antisemitism and much israel related antisemitism. more often than not political events linked to israel also prompt arising, antisemitic attacks, way beyond israel's borders. especially when there's a flare up in these railey palestinian conflict. but by that and conflicting, as soon as there is conflict in israel, the atmosphere here immediately becomes tougher. how far more uncomfortable mister muffin resumed? listen, it's, you know, what's always been irritating for me is when i say i'm jewish and then people criticize me for israel's policies or blame me for them. i don't have an israeli passport, i can't vote there. i don't have the right to vote there. i don't have a say in the political situation and i'm not israeli. or, and it's been kinda is, hi, ellen went far when someone asked me, what do you think about what's going on in israel right now? i'm and without an accusatory undertone, and without i know, what are you, any people doing there again, but simply what do you make of it?
and then of course i answer them normally and, but it's not what you say. it's how you say it. how about even the tool? nothing was he so. busy dues all over the world are not responsible for israeli policy. of course, the israeli government can be criticized. but why do you draw the line between anti semitism and political debate? i would draw the line up in several cases, demonstrating not in front of the israeli embassy, but in front of a synagogue that's already starting to blurred. the lie angeles lies anita, and han leila. there you already see in one of the central problems in criticism of these reli government's policy. this very often connotation of other day. we talk about the israel or not automatically when the entering to the room state your position are regarding israel or your pro or against you have to stated very clearly up front. this is also, oh, you know, if not borderline and cynicism it's,
it's up front and says in addition, it automatically assumes dad i ever would you perv definition by, ah, them being jewish are in a way, agents of the israeli government and so on and full and so forth. ready so how to handle this political hot potato, not talk about it at all the thing, but he often be thankful. that's why i'm a bit cautious about this idea that you mustn't talk about israel at all now. and that of course, is really close to us. and of course it means more to us than many other countries . but yes, you can just talk about it normally in the mile to go the most brutal. psych criticizing israeli policy find conflating israeli state policy and jewish life. not fine and ulten, anti semitic. the world over jews, experience antisemitism, no matter when or where. and ultimately it boils down to the same traits, the same prejudices,
the same hatred battling it is arduous. and yet there's so much more to being jewish than fighting this hatred. that the sex from death, vincent that's perhaps something i'd wish for. continuing to take a look at active jewish life and showing what's actually happening to that. i thought because there's always a great danger on the jewess side to there that you only think within these dimensions of anti semitism. and you actually forget the positive sides a bit with his upper what i can't identify with that victim role at all, cause i always wear my star of david openly. i walked through the streets of unit as a proud jewish woman. ah, ah rabbit's beauty between with an official and does things peninsula,
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