Anti-Semitism, Zionism, and Anti-Zionism
Anti-Semitism and Zionism were intertwined since the beginning. Zionism arose as a response to anti-Semitism in Europe, while anti-Semites often embraced it as a solution to what they called “the Jewish problem.” Anti-Zionism emerged after World War I, creating complexity in the relationship between anti-Semitism and Zionism.
Join Fordham University’s Judaic Studies Chair and History Professor Dr. Magda Teter as she discusses the historical connections between these three “isms” and their development over time.
Sponsored by the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue Anti-Semitism Task Force.Category: Social Justice