Tag: Islamic and Arabic Discourse

No Justice for Sarah Halimi, No Republic


[This article was original written in French and has been translated into English. The French version is included at the bottom of this article. Cet article a été rédigé en français et a été traduit en anglais. La version française est incluse au bas de cet article.] _________________________________________________________________________ Sarah Attal-Halimi lived in rue de Vaucouleurs, […]

The Middle East and Antisemitism


25 Jan., “The Middle East and Antisemitism” Mohamed Al-Hammadi, Editor-In-Chief, Emirati Daily Al-Roeya; Chair, Board of Directors, United Arab Emirates Journalists Association Convener: Dr. Ramy Aziz, Research Fellow, ISGAP Date: Monday, January 25, 2020 Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Time Join ISGAP’s groundbreaking seminar series, in Arabic (with simultaneous English Translation), on antisemitism in the Middle East. […]

Comparative Perspective of Antisemitism in Islamism and White Nationalism


“Comparative Perspective of Antisemitism in Islamism and White Nationalism” Antisemitism in the Arab World in Comparative Perspective Prof. Robert Rabil, Director, Graduate Studies, Florida Atlantic University Convener: Dr. Ramy Aziz, Research Fellow, ISGAP Date: Monday, November 30, 2020 Dr. Robert G. Rabil is a professor of political science at Florida Atlantic University. He is the […]

The Secret Jewish Plot Against Turkey


For Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his ruling elite, there’s a hidden, pernicious and conspiring hand that works tirelessly against the Republic of Turkey. Were it not for the connivance of this clandestine network, Turkey would be a global power and leader of nations. Who are these sinister conspirators who plot within the murky shadows of […]

The Muslim Brotherhood and the Evolution of Jihadist Antisemitism


The Muslim Brotherhood has its forerunners: Wahhabism and Salafism, both of which are purist movements designed to purge Islam of all corrupting influences. Wahhabism was founded in 1744 by Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab al-Tamini. Building on its principles, Salafism emerged in the mid-nineteenth century as a collective movement. Salafists, deriving their name from the word […]

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 […]

Conspiracy Theories Among Refugees in Germany: Preliminiary Findings of an Empirical Study


Feb. 23, “Conspiracy Theories Among Refugees in Germany: Preliminary Findings of an Empirical Study” Dr. Günther Jikeli, Associate Professor Justin M. Druck Family Scholar at the Institute for the study of Contemporary Antisemitism, Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University. Location: ARTS Building, McGill Room W20 Time: 5:00 P.M. 

The Changing Nature of Middle-Eastern Politics


February 6, 2017, “The Changing Nature of Middle-Eastern Politics“ Professor Uzi Rabi, Director, Moshe Dayan Center in Middle Easter and North African Studies, Tel Aviv University; Location: The American College of Greece, Upper Level Library Time 3:00 P.M.

Professor David Menashri, “Iran, Israel and the Jews: Why the Obsession?”


November 2, 2016 – “Iran, Israel and the Jews: Why the Obsession?” Professor David Menashri, Tel Aviv University Location: ISGAP Center, 7th Floor Time: 6:00 PM

Islamist Terrorism and Antisemitism


Combating Islamist ideology and understanding the Islamism-Antisemitism nexus will be key in the battle against terrorism and antisemitism A review of terrorist acts over the last 15 years shows a sharp rise of Islamist terrorism–[1] that is, terrorist acts justified by an Islamist-Jihadist ideology, the perpetrators’ interpretation of “true” Islam. Most indications suggest that Jihadist […]