Au nom de l'antisionisme : l'image des Juifs et d'Israël dans la caricature depuis la seconde Intifada (Book, 2003) [WorldCat.org]
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Au nom de l'antisionisme : l'image des Juifs et d'Israël dans la caricature depuis la seconde Intifada

Author: Joël Kotek; Dan Kotek
Publisher: Bruxelles : Editions Complexe, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : FrenchView all editions and formats
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A thematic presentation of antisemitic caricatures in Arab-Muslim and Western media since the outbreak of the second Intifada in lsrael in 2000. Shows how medieval anti-Jewish Christian myths, discarded in the West after the Holocaust, were revived in the Arab-Muslim world in the wake of Israel's creation. Discusses the return of the deicide accusation, the blood libel, and the Jewish conspiracy theory from the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Caricatures and cartoons
Caricatures et dessins humoristiques
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kotek, Joël.
Au nom de l'antisionisme.
Bruxelles : Editions Complexe, ©2003
(OCoLC)606954095
Online version:
Kotek, Joël.
Au nom de l'antisionisme.
Bruxelles : Editions Complexe, ©2003
(OCoLC)628581867
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joël Kotek; Dan Kotek
ISBN: 2870279663 9782870279663
OCLC Number: 52385977
Description: 166, [pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 x 21 cm
Responsibility: Joël et Dan Kotek ; avant-propos de Plantu.

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A thematic presentation of antisemitic caricatures in Arab-Muslim and Western media since the outbreak of the second Intifada in lsrael in 2000. Shows how medieval anti-Jewish Christian myths, discarded in the West after the Holocaust, were revived in the Arab-Muslim world in the wake of Israel's creation. Discusses the return of the deicide accusation, the blood libel, and the Jewish conspiracy theory from the Arab-Muslim world to the West through the intermediary of anti-globalization groups and the extreme right. With the aid of numerous examples, shows similarities between recently published cartoons and Nazi caricatures. In addition to images from the Palestinian Authority and neighboring Arab countries, as well as Western newspapers, presents virulently antisemitic cartoons by the Brazilian Carlos Latuff and caricatures posted on Holyward.org, an extremist right-wing web site. Also examines the role of antisemitism as a cultural code, and Israel as a metaphor for modernity and as a scapegoat in antisemitic cartoons.

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