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Preaching in Judaism and Christianity: Encounters and Developments from Biblical Times to Modernity (review)

Preaching in Judaism and Christianity: Encounters and Developments from Biblical Times to... the oil embargo of 1973." Furthermore, he singles out Charles de Gaulle's use in a press conference of antisemitic stereotypes: Jews "were still what they had always been, that is an elite people, sure of themselves and domineering." The French leader then accused Jews of "provoking ill-will in certain countries and at certain times." De Gaulle's cynical and dangerous comments prompted Raymond Aaron, the distinguished French-Jewish political theorist, to attest that the general had "knowingly and deliberately initiated a new phase of Jewish history." This discussion is prelude to the rise of the so-called "Euro-Arab Dialogue," a euphemism for the concerted effort to attack the legitimacy of the Jewish State. In the 70s and ensuing decades Muslim immigration to Europe was composed largely of a population that had no reason or inclination to integrate. On the contrary, this population viewed itself as a vanguard of Muslim domination of Europe. The Arab states blamed Israel for pressuring America to not surrender the way Europe had. In Rubenstein's striking phrase: "Only the residue of Auschwitz's stench prevented matters from really getting out of hand." The national need for oil had made Jewish existence, for the second time in three decades, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies Purdue University Press

Preaching in Judaism and Christianity: Encounters and Developments from Biblical Times to Modernity (review)

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the oil embargo of 1973." Furthermore, he singles out Charles de Gaulle's use in a press conference of antisemitic stereotypes: Jews "were still what they had always been, that is an elite people, sure of themselves and domineering." The French leader then accused Jews of "provoking ill-will in certain countries and at certain times." De Gaulle's cynical and dangerous comments prompted Raymond Aaron, the distinguished French-Jewish political theorist, to attest that the general had "knowingly and deliberately initiated a new phase of Jewish history." This discussion is prelude to the rise of the so-called "Euro-Arab Dialogue," a euphemism for the concerted effort to attack the legitimacy of the Jewish State. In the 70s and ensuing decades Muslim immigration to Europe was composed largely of a population that had no reason or inclination to integrate. On the contrary, this population viewed itself as a vanguard of Muslim domination of Europe. The Arab states blamed Israel for pressuring America to not surrender the way Europe had. In Rubenstein's striking phrase: "Only the residue of Auschwitz's stench prevented matters from really getting out of hand." The national need for oil had made Jewish existence, for the second time in three decades,

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Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish StudiesPurdue University Press

Published: Apr 9, 2010

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