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1. Nazi anti-Semitism forced him to emigrate to the USA.
2. The ghost of anti-Semitism still haunts Europe.
3. Once again charges of anti-semitism are reverberating through the Alps.
4. The plagues of aggressive nationalism, racism, chauvinism, xenophobia, anti-semitism and ethnic tension are still widespread.
5. During the 1930s, as anti-Semitism became an organized mass-movement, the league diversified.
6. The anti-Semitism that he there encountered made him more conscious of the Jewishness that had not been particularly important to him before.
7. A wooden sculpture titled "Abraham" reeked of anti-Semitism.
8. Anti-semitism was not ended, but was transferred to other Semitic peoples,[sentencedict.com] the Arabs.
9. A canard of anti-Semitism is that there is a secret group of powerful Jews running the country.
10. Karlin relates the oppressive anti-Semitism his forebears endured in a vague, almost elliptical style with dips into the stream of consciousness.
11. Moreover Pound's anti-Semitism, later so notorious, certainly casts a sinister light on his readiness to broach these issues.
12. From that time, his anti-Semitism grew so shrill and scurrilous that its virulence still makes one wince.
13. The documents betray a deep anti-Semitism in the country.
14. His editorial polemics, however, were jaundiced by anti-Semitism.
15. The experience supposedly deepened his already visceral anti-Semitism.
16. In response to Germany's growing anti-Semitism, he became a passionate Zionist, yet he also expressed concern about the rights of Arabs in any Jewish state.
17. Instances of day-to-day anti-Semitism were less common than imagined.
18. The extreme right-wing National Front promoted anti-semitism.
19. Germany has shown real determination to come to terms with the anti-Semitism of its past.sentencedict.com
20. The participants, mostly black males, were criticized for following Farrakhan, who has been accused of anti-Semitism.
21. Novick stops short of saying so, but it is among blacks that anti-semitism is most virulent.
22. Following Rothermere's defection, radical voices within the movement suggested the use of open anti-semitism to stimulate popular response.
23. At this point, I should like to clarify a question or two which the reader may find puzzling, such as anti-semitism.
24. This more sophisticated and rationally expressed conspiracy theory of anti-semitism was combined with gutter racist anti-semitic abuse in its publications.
25. An afternoon Islamic study group he joined during junior high school filled him with purpose, and eventually with anti-Semitism, anti-Americanism and an abhorrence of photography.
26. At the end of the trip, they read a statement that they wrote and signed together condemning without reservation Holocaust denial and all other forms of anti-Semitism.
27. Jewish-owned shops were shut down. Swastikas replaced six-pointed stars. The walls of anti-Semitism were closing in.
28. The court may be surprised to learn that the snowman’s past contains a whiff of anti-Semitism.
29. The claim is a stark contrast to previous theories that Hitler's anti-Semitism was spawned on the back streets of Vienna when he was a down-and-out in the lead up to 1914.
30. End of the 19th century, Europe has emerged large-scale wave of anti-Semitism, the Zionist movement and the ideas which have a corresponding rise.
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