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Strange Hate : Antisemitism, Racism and the Limits of Diversity, Paperback / softback Book

Strange Hate : Antisemitism, Racism and the Limits of Diversity Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

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How did antisemitism get so strange? How did hate become so clouded in controversy? And what does the strange hate of antisemitism tell us about racism and the politics of diversity today?Life-long anti-racists accused of antisemitism, life-long Jew haters declaring their love of Israel...

Today, antisemitism has become selective. Non-Jews celebrate the "good Jews" and reject the "bad Jews". And its not just antisemitism that's becoming selective, racists and anti-racists alike are starting to choose the minorities they love and hate. In this passionate yet closely-argued polemic from a writer with an intimate knowledge of the antisemitism controversy, Keith Kahn-Harris argues that the emergence of strange hatreds shows how far we are from understanding what living in diverse societies really means. Strange Hate calls for us to abandon selective anti-racism and rethink how we view not just Jews and antisemitism, but the challenge of living with diversity.

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