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An Unusual Variant Of ‘Global’ Anti-Semitism

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Anti-Semitism in Sarcelles is also a product of widespread, world rationales. It is also 'global'. To understand it, the link has to be made between its local dimensions and other international, transnational ones. Globalisation may serve to justify and explain local situations, allowing us to confer meaning on the most banal and basic relationships. But on the contrary, it may also contribute, to the loss of one's bearings and frames of reference and destroy all meaning. These four differences improve our understanding of global anti-Semitism in Sarcelles. Global anti-Semitism is rife when globalisation spins out of control, when it radicalises differences, harms any multicultural project and dissolves the frames of reference and relationships between individuals and groups. On the contrary, global anti-Semitism is thwarted, not when globalisation is less noticeable but when it is controlled and channelled, when it leads to a well-ordered multiculturalism, and allows the interrelating of differences.

Keywords: global anti-Semitism; globalisation; multiculturalism; Sarcelles



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