Der Mythos vom "Import": islamische Codes und europäische Ideologie im muslimischen Antisemitismus = The Myth of the "Import" : Islamic Codes and European Ideology in Muslim AntiSemitism
Today's anti-Semitism in European societies is often said to have been imported on a large scale by Muslim immigrants. It needs to be revealed that this is a historically abbreviated representation useful for particular political purposes - especially from the right. The influence of medieval E...
|Subtitles:||"Themenheft Antisemitismus als Code. Forschung - Prävention - Intervention (Hg. von Leo Roepert)"|
The Myth of the "Import"
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/ Linguistic code
/ Geschichte 1300-
|RelBib Classification:||AD Sociology of religion; religious policy|
AX Inter-religious relations
ZC Politics in general
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|Summary:||Today's anti-Semitism in European societies is often said to have been imported on a large scale by Muslim immigrants. It needs to be revealed that this is a historically abbreviated representation useful for particular political purposes - especially from the right. The influence of medieval European-Christian anti-Judaism and modern anti-Semitism on the Muslim world has a centuries-old history and is usually disregarded in the debate. Nevertheless, there are clear anti-Jewish terms and conventions in Islamic tradition. However, some of these codes are not immediately recognizable as anti-Jewish to a European audience. They are still widely used in today's politics and popular culture of Muslim societies both in the Middle East and the West. The article aims to provide orientation on the genesis and development of this cultural exchange of hate and refute one-sided accusations.|
|Contains:||Enthalten in: Aschkenas
|Persistent identifiers:||DOI: 10.1515/asch-2022-2018|