Jewish Anti-Semites: The Case of Medieval Apostates: Are the Jewish Anti-Semites Guilty of Self-Hatred?

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Abstract

The circumstance that there are many cases in which certain members of a persecuted people come to fully accept the ideology of their persecutors and even become members if not leaders of the persecutors of their own (former) people is one of the most confusing aspects of ideological persecution. One of the better- known examples of this phenomenon is the case of anti-Semitic Jews, more popularly known as “self-hating Jews.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPolemical and Exegetical Polarities in Medieval Jewish Cultures: Studies in Honour of Daniel J. Lasker
EditorsEhud Krinis, Nabih Bashir, Sara Offenberg, Shalom Sadik
Publisherde Gruyter
Pages383-412
Number of pages30
ISBN (Electronic)9783110702262
ISBN (Print)9783110700626
DOIs
StatePublished - Oct 2021

Publication series

NameStudia Judaica
PublisherDe Gruyter
Volume113
ISSN (Print)0585-5306

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