1 Dr. Igor P. Lipovsky Where did the Ancient Semites come from? Abstract The original homeland of all ancient Semitic peoples, including Hebrews, was not northern Arabia, as is currently believed, but northwestern Mesopotamia.
nber working paper series persecution perpetuated: the medieval origins of anti-semitic violence in nazi germany nico voigtlaender hans-joachim voth
While it is certainly acceptable to question or debate the policies of any nation, some cross the line when they use classical anti-Semitic stereotypes, conspiracy theories or Holocaust analogies in their criticism of the Jewish state.
Christopher Mullins 14 June 2005 On the Origin and Inherent Meaning of the L-Stem Abstract Verbs in the Semitic languages are unique amongst the corpus of languages, in that they have the ability to express different actions by inserting a three or four letter root into a certain pattern.
Highlights • A global network of anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists is energetically working to blame Jews and Israel for the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The MentalRepresentation of Semitic Words Jean-Franc¸ois Prunet Rene´eBe´land Ali Idrissi This article is concerned with external evidence bearing on the nature of the units stored in the mental lexicons of speakers of Semitic languages.
THE EGYPTIAN CONNECTION: EGYPTIAN AND THE SEMITIC LANGUAGES Helmut Satzinger The emerging of modern Egyptian grammar The past hundred years have seen a good deal of progress in studies of Egyptian and also in Comparative Egypto-Semitic Studies.
Executive Summary On Friday, November 18, 2005, a panel of experts briefed members of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights regarding anti-Semitic incidents on college campuses.
The hate industry: in recent years, anti-Semitic publications are becoming increasingly widespread in Turkey. The Islamic government of Turkey does not do enough to prevent the distribution of the anti-Semitic publications, even though some of them are aimed against it and its policy.
_____Shoah Resource Center, The International School for Holocaust Studies 2 / 1 Films, Nazi Antisemitic Films used by the Nazis to help spread their antisemitic ideology and psychologically prepare the German people for the extermination of European Jewry.