Fighting Antisemitism: Three Strategic Priorities

Manfred Gerstenfeld
Content Type
Commentary and Analysis
The Begin-Sadat Centre for Strategic Studies (BESA)
If antisemitism is to be fought effectively, three priorities have to be set. First, the Israeli government should establish an anti-propaganda agency. Second, an effort must be made to achieve a broad recognition that antisemitism is an ancient and integral element of Western culture. Third, there should be a consistent exposure of Jewish masochists who claim that Israel alone has to be perfect while others do not.
Human Rights, Judaism, Anti-Semitism
Political Geography
Middle East, Israel, Palestine