Tag: Communism

Commemorating the 1952 Murder of Jewish Intellectuals in the Soviet Union

https://isgap.org/flashpoint/commemorating-the-1952-murder-of-jewish-intellectuals-in-the-soviet-union/

Professor Kiril Feferman examines the execution of Jewish intellectuals in the Soviet Union, which took place on August 12-13, 1952, marking one of the final acts of persecution by Joseph Stalin against the Jewish people. On August 12-13, 1952, thirteen members of the Jewish elite in the Soviet Union were executed, following the trial and […]

Eran Lerman, ” Three Totalitarian Temptations Nazism Communism and Islamism as Anchors in the Israel Palestine Conflict”

https://isgap.org/media/2016/05/eran-lerman-three-totalitarian-temptations-nazism-communism-and-islamism-as-anchors-in-the-israel-palestine-conflict/

Col. (res.) Dr. Eran Lerman Researcher at Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies and former Deputy for Foreign Policy and International Affairs at the National Security Council in the Israeli Prime Minster’s Office Location: Leacock Building, Room 738 Time: 6:00 P.M. Convener: Michelle Whiteman, Director, ISGAP Canada

West is West, East is East: The Specific East European Incarnation of Antisemitism

https://isgap.org/flashpoint/west-is-west-east-is-east-the-specific-east-european-incarnation-of-antisemitism/

Note: This op-ed is a partial summary of Dr. Katz’s talk at ISGAP in New York City on 5 April 2016. A PDF of his power point presentation on the evening (©Dovid Katz) is available online. Antisemitism in Western Europe is nowadays overwhelmingly a product of the (far) left. Its practitioners are socially, educationally and demographically […]

András Gero – “Antisemitic Discourse in Hungary Following the Collapse of Communism”

https://isgap.org/media/2008/03/antisemitic-discourse-in-hungary-following-the-collapse-of-communism/

Lecture: Antisemitic Discourse in Hungary Following the Collapse of Communism Speaker: Professor András Gero, Central European University, Dept. of History Date: March 6, 2008 YIISA/ISGAP Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective Seminar Series