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ISGAP Flashpoint

Auschwitz Violins and the Jewish State

The sound of the violin awakens the soul; its cry mirrors the suffering of the Jewish people, and yet it also gives us hope. Much like Hatikva, Israel’s National Anthem, its emotional qualities resonate throughout centuries of suffering that the Jewish neshama (soul) has endured, yearning to return home, to Israel and the hope of our redemption.

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Himmler's Boost for al-Husaini

A Re-Discovery of the SS-Leader’s Anti-Balfour Cable to the Grand Mufti

In April the National Israeli Library blogged Himmler’s re-discovered telegram to the grand mufti of Jerusalem Amin al-Husaini. Contrary to the comment there that Nazi Germany did not declare its help for the Arab independence, I argue, it did. This cable further recognized the movement of the Mufti, who lived from 1941 to 1945 in Berlin. He realized with the Axis powers his main goals against the Jews and Allies, also in the Mideast. The thesis that his only success was preventing “a few cases of Jews departing Europe for Palestine” denies his own admissions and ideological roles. He described the fate of Jews who were forced to remain in Europe after his protests, especially of Hungarian Jews. I will shed historical light on this cable.

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Seminar Series
Seminar Series

The ISGAP Seminar Series, “Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective,” explores antisemitism in various regional contexts, using an array of approaches within a comprehensive, interdisciplinary framework. In this series, eminent scholars and researchers are invited to present the results of their research in an informal scholarly setting.

Publications
Publications

ISGAP Research Papers reflect the broad range of academic activities associated with ISGAP, its faculty, and scholars associated with our mandate. ISGAP Books includes several volumes containing a selection of papers published by the Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism, including several presented at the “Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity” conference organized by YIISA/ISGAP at Yale University in August 2010.

Summer Institute
Summer Institute

The ISGAP Summer Institute is a two week intensive, workshop-based program aimed at developing curricula for courses on antisemitism. The institute is held at Hertford College, University of Oxford. Under the guidance of leading international scholars, participants will develop syllabi for courses in the critical interdisciplinary study of antisemitism. After completing the program, participants will teach these courses at their home institutions. 

Latest from ISGAP

Herzliya Conference - The New Antisemitism and the Security of the Jewish People

Dr. Charles Asher Small speaks at the 2017 Herzliya Conference about the alarming rates of antisemitism in the United States, on university campuses and on social media. He asserts that there is a direct correlation between antisemitism and the demonization of Israel that must be urgently addressed.

Dr. Charles Asher Small at the European Parliament

Dr. Small addressed a special session of the European Parliament under the auspices of the Delegation for Relations with Israel and in association with the Delegation for Relations with the United States. The presentation was entitled: “Antisemitism and Israel Bashing as a Strategic Threat to the European Union” Click here to watch the video.

ISGAP is Honored to Announce Sam Sokol as a New Research Fellow

Sam Sokol is a Jerusalem-based Journalist Specializing in Jewish Diaspora Affairs.  Click here to view the full announcement.

ISGAP-SKYLAKE SYNAGOGUE PARTNERSHIP ALLIANCE

In 2016 Skylake Synagogue in North Miami Beach, Florida urged the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) to expand its reach beyond the walls of academic institutions and into Jewish congregations throughout the United States. We are pleased to announce the launch of our joint partnership at a kick-off event on […]

I24 Television News DEBRIEF: Elections in France features Dr. Charles Asher Small

I24 Television News DEBRIEF: Elections in France Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP, joined by French Parliamentarian Meyer Habib and Remi Daniel, Student Leader, Israeli Students Combatting Antisemitism. Part I – “Will Jewish organizations rally against Le Pen?” Part II – “Le Pen’s controversial views on WWII history”
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