IHRA antisemitism definition an attack on non-Zionist Jews

by | Nov 29, 2018 | Weaponising & Denial | 0 comments

Published in Planet Extra, 20 August 2018

The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of antisemitism dangerously conflates anti-Zionism and antisemitism.

To demonstrate the problem, this article brings together Jewish voices from Wales and beyond, all of whom breach the IHRA code by what they say. An antisemitism code that seeks to suppress Jewish voices is a remarkable thing. The article warns Labour and Plaid Cymru that they harm Welsh Jews by adopting the IHRA  definition in full. Read the article in Planet Extra

“An antisemitism code that seeks to suppress Jewish voices is a remarkable thing”

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Following this article, I expanded and deepened my investigation into what lies behind the IHRA definition.  The result is Christians and Israel, which explores the Christian context to the IHRA definition, and the long relationship between fundamental Christianity and Zionism. It is also published in Planet Extra. Read it here.


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