Volume IV: Islamism and the Arab World examines a form of antisemitism that has become especially virulent in recent times. It is also a form of antisemitism whose origins and manifestations are perhaps less well-known to academics and policy-makers due to the supposedly controversial nature of this topic. This volume includes papers from some of the leading experts in this area.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction, Charles Asher Small;
  • From Sayyid Qutb to Hamas: The Middle East Conflict and the Islamization of Antisemitism, Bassam Tibi;
  • Conspiracy Theories, Antisemitism, and Jews in Turkey Today, Rifat N. Bali;
  • Iranian Antisemitism: Continuity and Change, Meir Litvak;
  • Muslim Demonization of Jews as “Pigs and Apes”: Theological Roots and Contemporary Implications, Neil J. Kressel;
  • Nazi Propaganda to the Arab World During World War II and the Emergence of Islamism, Jeffrey Herf;
  • Hitler, Hamas, and Jihadist Jew Hatred, David Patterson;
  • Muhammad, the Jews, and Khaybar: Fantasy and Emotion in Contemporary Islamic Political and Religious Antisemitism, Paul Lawrence Rose;
  • Antisemitism in Iran, Wahied Wahdat-Hagh; The Jihad Flotilla to Gaza: Provocative, Antisemitic, and Not Humanitarian, Jonathan Fighel