Antisemitism Entry in the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts (…) In the age of growing nationalism, Jews were declared to be an alien, hostile people, incapable of assimilation. Their economic activities were especially attacked by anti-Semites, … Read more . . .
Assimilation Entry in the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts (…) Assimilation became an acute problem (emphasis added) early in the 19th century, when emancipation transformed the legal status of the Jew from that of a ghetto … Read more . . .
The Jewish Question and the Zionist Movement Udi Adiv (in Return No. 5, December 1990, London) It is the common premise of both Zionist and anti-Zionist writers that the Zionist movement was established as a response to European anti-Semitism at … Read more . . .
Zionism’s Attitude to Anti-Semitism Tony Greenstein, in RETURN, London, March 1989 Much of the criticism of Perdition has centered around the exceptional and unique nature of the Holocaust, both in terms of the sheer magnitude and the systematic and planned … Read more . . .
European Court of Human Rights Basic Texts Judgements and Decisions HUDOC [Data base on the judgements and decisions of the ECHR] Inter-American Court of Human Rights African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights … Read more . . .
United Nations Other institutions The General Assembly The Security Council UN Web Locator UN Document Search FAO/WFP ICAO ICJ ICTR ICTY ILO ITU UNESCO UNDP UNICEF … Read more . . .
Charter of the United Nations Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties Statute of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) World Trade Organization (legal documents) Constitution of the World Health Organization The Avalon Project at Yale Law School, Documents in … Read more . . .
Elias Davidsson was born in Palestine in 1941. His parents were born in Germany but had to emigrate to Palestine due to the Nazi persecution of Jews. Elias lived his first years Baq’aa, a neighborhood of Jerusalem, where Jews, Christians … Read more . . .
The following subcategories are discussed within "theory of human rights": Human rights as natural rights Human rights as non-reciprocal rights Primary and derivative rights Individual and collective rights Rights and obligations The obligations to respect, protect and secure Immediate and … Read more . . .
The ‘war on terrorism’ – a double fraud on humanity (PDF) … Read more . . .
The Attack on the World Trade Center: Legal Responses ‘War’ – Legal Semantics and the Move to Violence by Frédéric Mégret (*) Full text available: PDF formathttp://www.ejil.org/journal/Vol13/No2/art1.html European Journal of International Law, Vol. 13, No. 2, 2002 … Read more . . .