antisemitic antisemitic


  • (adj) relating to or characterized by anti-Semitism; hating Jews


  1. Words and deeds are antisemitic, radical and socialist.
  2. I have now been called antisemitic and intellectually unstable and a whole bunch of other silly things by the folks over at the Commentary blog.
  3. The biggest problem Obama will face is how quickly he will be labeled antisemitic, mainly by both the US and Israeli right.



  1. "In those and subsequent inspections, no evidence has been found to support allegations that the schools are teaching antisemitic or anti-western values," wrote Balls, who claimed there was no evidence that the schools were using public funding...
    on Nov 25, 2009 By: Ed Balls Source:

  2. On Thursday, Miliband told Labour delegates in Brighton that Kaminski had "an antisemitic, neo-Nazi past" - quoting the Polish chief rabbi - a reference to time he spent as a youth in the extremist National Revival of Poland movement, and his...
    on Oct 2, 2009 By: David Miliband Source:

  3. "I find it to be an antisemitic sentiment, because there are not a lot of films about the Holocaust," said Daniel Anker, the director of "Imaginary Witness." "There's a degree of antisemitism when someone says, 'Another Holocaust movie,' and...
    on Feb 11, 2009 By: Daniel Source: Ha'aretz

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