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Anti-Semitism In Schools And Globalisation

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Anti-Semitism in schools is rooted in problems which appear first and foremost to be part of the framework of the nation state. The influence of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is also found even in the most local expressions of anti-Semitism. Nevertheless, while recognising that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict plays a fundamental part in the problems of anti-Semitism, schools do seem to take every precaution to repress or to keep this issue 'out'. Anti-Semitism in schools, amongst the pupils, is sustained both by poorly informed identification with the Palestinian cause and by sympathy with the anti-American and anti-Western attacks. Anti-Semitism in schools is also very 'global'. Its specificity lies in the meeting of international rationales and local problems, specific to French society as a whole, but also internal to the school as an institution with its school population, its staff and its particular difficulties.

Keywords: anti-Semitism; French society; International rationales; Israeli-Palestinian conflict; school



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