Anti-semitic



a person who discriminates against or is prejudiced or hostile toward Jews.
Contemporary Examples

Ordinary regulations are often seen within the community as a tool for cops to act out anti-semitic fantasies.
From Circumcision To Molestation, How the Ultra-Orthodox Place Children at Risk Steven I. Weiss May 16, 2012

While being chased in the street by anti-semitic Poles he fell and seriously injured his leg.
The Week in Death: Irving Milchberg, the Teenage Gunrunner of the Warsaw Ghetto The Telegraph February 28, 2014

The Vatican later had to distance itself from the anti-semitic remarks after Jewish leaders complained.
Has Rome Lost Faith in the Pope? Barbie Latza Nadeau April 4, 2010

The report does state that anti-semitic acts went up from 389 in 2011 to 614 in 2012, which is a 58 percent increase.
Bad Math In Reporting Is Bad For French Jews Euny Hong May 5, 2013

Belgian Interior Minister Joëlle Milquet at the scene said “everything leads us to believe this is an anti-semitic attack.”
First Anti-Semitic Attack Since World War II Rocks Brussels Tracy McNicoll May 24, 2014

Historical Examples

A lively anti-semitic propaganda was carried on in Moscow and Petrograd, too, though it never reached the stage of a pogrom.
The Jew and American Ideals John Spargo

He confirmed what the King had told me, that there was no anti-semitic spirit in Italy.
Under Four Administrations Oscar S. Straus

The anti-semitic press launched a well-planned campaign against the Jews in the hope of influencing the judicial verdict.
History of the Jews in Russia and Poland, Vol. 3 of 3. S. M. Dubnow

His hold on the anti-semitic populace was, however, not diminished.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 2 Various

The anti-semitic feeling has ever been the same, since the first Christian days to our own time.
Toledo. The Story of an Old Spanish Capital Hannah Lynch

adjective
prejudiced against or hostile to Jews
noun
a person who persecutes or discriminates against Jews
adj.

1881, see anti-Semitism.
n.

1881, see anti-Semitism.

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