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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


How did antisemitism get so strange?Life-long anti-racists accused of antisemitism, life-long Jew haters absolving themselves by declaring their love of Israel.

Today, antisemitism and philosemitism seem selective, as if Jews offered themselves up as a kind of buffet, in which non-Jews get to choose the good ones they like and the bad ones they reject.In this passionate yet closely-argued polemic from a writer with an intimate knowledge of the antisemitism controversy, Kahn-Harris argues that the emergence of a selective anti-racism demonstrates 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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