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From gt91rdj@brunel.ac.uk Sun May 21 21:45:06 PDT 1995
Article: 21462 of alt.revisionism
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From: gt91rdj@brunel.ac.uk (Ricardo D Joshua)
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Subject: Re: To Les Griswold
Date: 18 May 1995 16:02:25 +0100
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HMazal (hmazal@aol.com) wrote:
: Mr Jones queries:

: >(text deleted)>Can you shed some light on why the Jews overuse the cliche
: >word "ANTI-SEMITISM" when they are less than 11 percent of the total
: >population of the above-mentioned ethnic groups.

: Such a literate question deserves an answer.  

: Antisemitism or, if you prefer, anti-Semitism is a description coined by
: Wilhelm Barr in Germany during the late 1800's. It has, regretably, become
: a word of common usage and is now employed exclusively to define
: anti-Judaism. If you are curious as to Barr's motives, I will happily post
: a long message defining them.



:  
: Harry W. Mazal in San Antonio, Texas

Mazal-

The person who invented the term "anti-Semitism" was Wilhelm MARR, a self-
hating Jew.

Ricky J.

s


From gt91rdj@brunel.ac.uk Sun May 21 22:31:26 PDT 1995
Article: 21462 of alt.revisionism
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From: gt91rdj@brunel.ac.uk (Ricardo D Joshua)
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Subject: Re: To Les Griswold
Date: 18 May 1995 16:02:25 +0100
Organization: Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK
Lines: 28
Message-ID: <3pfni1$bvf@thor.brunel.ac.uk>
References: <3ouhq3$sg9$1@mhadg.production.compuserve.com> <3p44ea$2bs@newsbf02.news.aol.com>
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HMazal (hmazal@aol.com) wrote:
: Mr Jones queries:

: >(text deleted)>Can you shed some light on why the Jews overuse the cliche
: >word "ANTI-SEMITISM" when they are less than 11 percent of the total
: >population of the above-mentioned ethnic groups.

: Such a literate question deserves an answer.  

: Antisemitism or, if you prefer, anti-Semitism is a description coined by
: Wilhelm Barr in Germany during the late 1800's. It has, regretably, become
: a word of common usage and is now employed exclusively to define
: anti-Judaism. If you are curious as to Barr's motives, I will happily post
: a long message defining them.



:  
: Harry W. Mazal in San Antonio, Texas

Mazal-

The person who invented the term "anti-Semitism" was Wilhelm MARR, a self-
hating Jew.

Ricky J.

s



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