Anti-Semitism is prejudice or hatred against Jews. Those feelings are tied to a number of different issues and express themselves in different ways. Unfortunately, these views still exist in places around the world.
Anti-Zionist anti-Semitism conflates criticism of the state of Israel with criticism of all Jews.
Anti-Israel arguments can become hatred toward Jews
Often, criticism of Israel crosses the line into clearly antisemitic territory based on the location's ancient association with the Jewish holy land.Explore
Anti-bourgeois anti-Semitism sees Jews as representatives of the ills of industrialisation and modernisation.
Jews are 'too clever' and are often employ unethical business practices
The Jewish character is stereotyped as manipulative and sly. Historically, Jewish people were often accused of being liars and cheats. Jewish people are also stereotyped to be frequently associated with roles that have been historically considered predatory such as tax collector or moneylender.Explore
Conspiracist anti-Semitism attributes to Jews extraordinary powers of control over world events.
Jews control the Media
Much of contemporary antisemitism is based in conspiracy theories related to the belief that Jews are plotting to take over the world.Explore
Anti-Capitalist anti-Semitism sees Jews as representatives of globalised capital.
Jews create the problems of a capitalistic society
Because of Jews' historic socioeconomic place in European society, anti-Semites blame them for the issues with capitalism.Explore
Religious anti-Semitism, or anti-Judaism, attributes to the Jews a special, negative role in the Divine Plan.