An antisemitic slur is an insult that refers to Jews, Muslims, Christians, or other minority groups, said Ayoub Salameh, director of the University of Southern California’s Center for Israel and Jewish Affairs.
The definition of antisemitism is an anti-Semitic ideology that views the Jewish people as an inferior race, he added.
While some have used the term antisemitical to refer to Muslims, Salameham said, it also includes many other groups.
Salameam said that if a person uses the term to refer only to Muslims or other minorities, then it is not antisemite.
And when it’s used against minorities, you’re really creating a problem. “
If you call them a ‘Jew’ or a ‘Arab,’ you are creating a double standard.
And when it’s used against minorities, you’re really creating a problem.
If we start calling them antisemites, we are not going to get along.”
In Israel, which is ethnically Jewish, there are several different forms of antiseminism.
The most common form is called “neo-Nazism,” which means rejecting modernity and modernism’s influence on Jewish life.
Others are called “postmodernism” and “post-secularism.”
Salamehl said that when the term “neopaganism” is used in Israel, the Jewish community is accused of being anti-modern and therefore not Jewish.
He said the term can be used to describe any modern ideology or cultural form that opposes Jewish identity.
“There are a lot of Jews who identify as neo-Nazis and antisemits [sic] because of this,” Salameheh said.
“They are calling it neo-Nazicism.
I call it the Holocaust.”
He added that the term is problematic because it can be seen as being “anti-Semitic.”
“We need to be very careful when we are talking about this word because it could be interpreted to mean that people who are Jewish and people who don’t identify with Jews are not legitimate Jews,” Salamedh said, adding that this is an issue he is trying to address in his book, “Antisemitism: An Introduction.”
An Israeli woman attends a memorial service for a Muslim woman killed by Israeli forces near a settlement in the West Bank village of al-Buraq on Dec. 11, 2015.
The Israeli army said Friday that two Palestinians were killed and one was seriously injured when an Israeli soldier opened fire on a group of youths on Friday.
The IDF said the soldiers opened fire in response to a stabbing attack in the village of Salfit, about 200 meters (yards) from a West Bank settlement that is home to a number of Israeli settler outposts.
The incident came as a wave of protests erupted in Israel over Israel’s military campaign in the Gaza Strip and the killing of an Israeli teenager in a West Jerusalem suburb.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was aware of the incident, but that it was a tragedy and that the Israeli government will work with the United States to prevent future attacks.
“It’s not acceptable for Israeli youth to be the target of such a violent act,” Netanyahu said.
Israel has long maintained that its military campaign against Hamas, which rules the Gaza strip, is aimed at thwarting an Iranian weapons program.
According to the Palestinian Center for Human Rights, about 2,000 Palestinian civilians have been killed by Israel since the war began in 2007.
The United Nations and the European Union have called for a boycott of Israeli products, while other countries including Canada, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain have already banned Israeli goods.
On Friday, the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution demanding that Israel stop all military operations against the Palestinian Authority in Gaza.
The council also demanded that Israel take steps to end the incitement against Israel.
Israel has accused the resolution of being an effort by the Palestinians to undermine its efforts to resolve the crisis through direct negotiations.
“The resolution, if passed, will be a further signal to the international community that the Palestinian leadership will not negotiate through the use of violence, which Israel considers an effective instrument of coercion,” a statement from the Israeli Foreign Ministry said.