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Today, well over 150 million Europeans embrace a satanic view of the State of Israel. They believe that Israel is exterminating the Palestinians, despite their major population growth in recent decades. This current widespread demonic view of Israel is a new mutation of the diabolical beliefs about Jews which many held in the Middle Ages, and those promoted more recently by the Nazis and their allies. This demonization has been exacerbated by the consequences of the massive and non-selective immigration into Western Europe from Muslim countries, where incitement against Jews and Israel is often fanatic and ongoing.
This collection of 57 interviews with scholars, politicians, and the like, depicts how extensive and intense the hate-mongering is. In his opening essay, Gerstenfeld puts the facts and views presented in the book into context.
"Gerstenfeld helps us all understand the world's oldest hatred."
-Rabbi Marvin Hier
Founder and Dean Simon Wiesenthal Center
"An authoritative, up-to-date guide to the cultural-ideological war being waged against the democratic Jewish state."
-Prof. Frederick Krantz
Director, Canadian Institute Jewish Research
"This superb collection of incisive interviews on the demonization of Israel and the Jews should be located on the bookshelves of every committed Jewish activist."
Former Chairman Governing Board World Jewish Congress
"Manfred Gerstenfeld's collection of interviews on anti-Semitism and its proxy, delegitimization of Israel, is brilliantly selected and encyclopedic in scope. His own essay tying the interviews together makes this required reading for those who want to understand where anti-Semitism is today."
-Richard B. Stone
Chairman Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations