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The widespread adoption of the IHRA definition of anti-semitism and the internalisation of its norms has set in motion a simplistic definitional logic for dealing with social problems that has impoverished discussions of racism and prejudice more generally, across Britain and beyond. It has encouraged a focus on words over substance. Erasing Palestine tells the story of how this has happened, with a focus on internal politics within Britain over the course of the past several years. In order to do so, it tells a much longer story, about the history of antisemitism since the beginning of the twentieth century. This is also a story about Palestine, a chronicle of the erasure of the violence against the Palestinian people, and a story about free speech, and why it matters to Palestinian freedom. How the redefinition of antisemitism has functioned as a tactic to undermine Palestine solidarity
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Author: Gould, Rebecca Ruth Year: 2022 ISBN: 9781839769023 Pages: 176 Language: English Publisher: Verso Publisher's city: London Publication date: