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36. Towards a new Arab vision of the Holocaust: Nazism and Zionism, from similarity to cooperation [2 of 3]

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36. Towards a new Arab vision of the Holocaust: Nazism and Zionism, from similarity to cooperation [2 of 3]
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2003
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46
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36
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p.8
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November 15, 2003
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Mamduh al-Shaykh
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The article is about the relation between Nazism and Zionism. The author argues that this relation goes beyond structural similarity and ideological interaction, as there is a certain tangible relation between both [ideologies].

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Editor: Anger about Zionism as an ideology and its political consquences can easily develop into anti-Semitism. It should, of course, be possible to express anger but the claim of a relation between Nazism and Zionism only seems to serve inciting hate.]

The article is about the relation between Nazism and Zionism. The author argues that this relation goes beyond structural similarity and ideological interaction, as there is a certain tangible relation between both [ideologies].

An examples of this relation is the Nazis’ manipulation of Zionist propaganda in order to circulate their ideology during the first decades of the twentieth century. In Germany, Zionists spread allegations of their racial distinction and the necessity for national division from Europe. [Editor: claiming a relation between Nazism and Zionism is not new. See: http://www.adl.org/egyptian_media/media_2002/comparison.asp]

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