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Who are the Jews?

Author: Christian Borg
Publisher: Bullsbrook, W.A. : Veritas, ©1984.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 1977, a leader of the New Zealand Nazi Party, Durward Colin King-Ansell, was accused of "inciting racial disharmony." In the subsequent court case, it was established that the Jews are an ethnic group protected by the race relations laws. Provides a detailed account of the defense submissions claiming that the Jews are a religious group only, that the principle of free speech was being infringed, and that "world  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc
Anti-Semitic literature
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Borg, Christian.
Who are the Jews?
Bullsbrook, W.A. : Veritas ; Sudbury : Bloomfield, ©1984
(OCoLC)607418708
Online version:
Borg, Christian.
Who are the Jews?
Bullsbrook, W.A. : Veritas ; Sudbury : Bloomfield, ©1984
(OCoLC)629702347
Named Person: Durward Colin King-Ansell; Durward Colin King-Ansell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christian Borg
ISBN: 0949667161 9780949667168
OCLC Number: 19269891
Notes: "This book concerns an historic New Zealand court case and appeal hearings throughout 1977-79 in which, for the first time in a Commonwealth country, Jews were classified as an ethnic group under race relations laws ... appellant in the Appeal Court case, Mr Durward Colin King-Ansell"--Introduction.
Description: ix, 278 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: by Christian Borg.

Abstract:

In 1977, a leader of the New Zealand Nazi Party, Durward Colin King-Ansell, was accused of "inciting racial disharmony." In the subsequent court case, it was established that the Jews are an ethnic group protected by the race relations laws. Provides a detailed account of the defense submissions claiming that the Jews are a religious group only, that the principle of free speech was being infringed, and that "world Jewry" had influenced recent dictionary definitions of the word "ethnic."

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