Tag: europe

Antisemitism As a Gateway to Terrorism

https://isgap.org/flashpoint/antisemitism-as-a-gateway-to-terrorism/

Antisemitism is one of the most lethal diseases of hatred that has ever faced humanity; it led to the Holocaust, a horrific and premeditated tragedy of human history, which resulted in the murder of millions of innocent lives and erased thousands of towns and villages from the map. Yet, despite centuries of antisemitism, this genocidal […]

Professor Benny Morris, “The Two Contemporary Islamic Fundamentalist Threats to the West and Israel”

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Professor Benny Morris – History and Middle Eastern Studies, Ben Gurion University “The Two Contemporary Islamic Fundamentalist Threats to the West and Israel” ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute St. John’s College, Oxford, United Kingdom Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Dr. Joel Kotek, “Contemporary Overview of Antisemitism in France and Belgium”

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Dr. Joel Kotek – Free University of Brussels (ULB) and The Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris. “Contemporary Overview of Antisemitism in France and Belgium” ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute 2017 St. John’s College, Oxford University, United Kingdom Thursday, July 27, 2017

Holocaust Guilt Vs. Holocaust Shame: On Processing Remorse for the Shoah

https://isgap.org/media/2017/06/holocaust-guilt-vs-holocaust-shame-on-processing-remorse-for-the-shoah/

June 6, 2017, “Holocaust Guilt Vs. Holocaust Shame: On Processing Remorse for the Shoah” Dr. Richard Landes, Historian and Author Location: ISGAP Center, 7th Floor Time: 6:00 PM

Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel, in France 2002 – 2010

https://isgap.org/flashpoint/boycott-divestment-and-sanctions-against-israel-in-france-2002-2010/

The Palestinian cause is emblematic in more ways than one, mobilizing a multiplicity of solidarities, passions and/or actions. Associations take action to support this cause, as well as maintaining multiple links and contacts among themselves. These groups are essentially on the left or extreme left of the political spectrum and mobilize anti-globalization and alternative issues […]

ISGAP participates in the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights antisemitism survey meeting in Vienna

https://isgap.org/post/2017/03/isgap-participates-in-the-european-union-agency-for-fundamental-rights-antisemitism-survey-meeting-in-vienna/

  Dr. Charles Asher Small represented ISGAP as a selected stakeholder in a pivotal antisemitism survey meeting hosted by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). In 2012 FRA carried out a large-scale survey on Jewish people’s experiences and perceptions of antisemitism in nine European Union Member States. The private gathering on March 6-7 […]

The Law and the Internet (France – Europe – International Conventions)

https://isgap.org/flashpoint/the-law-and-the-internet-france-europe-international-conventions/

In France and in many European countries in particular, the provisions prohibiting incitement to racial hatred and the dissemination of racist remarks constitute reasonable and necessary restrictions on the right to freedom of speech. Many laws form the framework for combating racism and antisemitism. Furthermore, these countries are concerned with avoiding the trivialization of racist […]

Dr. Barry Kosmin, Part II – “Contemporary Antisemitism Research: European Jewish Communities and U.S. university campuses”

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Dr. Barry Kosmin, Research Professor, Trinity College, Connecticut “Contemporary Antisemitism Research: European Jewish Communities and U.S. university campuses” – Part II ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute 2016 St. Antony’s College, Oxford, United Kingdom Thursday, August 4, 2016

Dr. Dan Michman, Part II – “An Antisemitic Idea through a Linguistic-Historical Lens: The ‘Ghetto’ from Venice to the Nazi Era”

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Dr. Dan Michman – Professor of Modern History, Bar-Ilan University Head of the International Institute of Holocaust Research, Yad Vashem Part II – “An Antisemitic Idea through a Linguistic-Historical Lens: The ‘Ghetto’ from Venice to the Nazi Era” ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute 2016 St. Antony’s College, Oxford, United Kingdom Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Dr. Dan Michman, Part I – “Misunderstandings of the Phenomenon ‘Antisemitism’ and its Role in the Holocaust in Some Recent Influential Studies”

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Dr. Dan Michman – Professor of Modern History, Bar-Ilan University Head of the International Institute of Holocaust Research, Yad Vashem Part I – “Misunderstandings of the Phenomenon ‘Antisemitism’ and its Role in the Holocaust in Some Recent Influential Studies” ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute 2016 St. Antony’s College, Oxford, United Kingdom Tuesday, August 2, 2016