Achcar, Gilbert (2006) 'Le reazioni all'Olocausto nel Medio Oriente arabo. [The Reactions to the Holocaust in the Arab Middle East].' In: Cattaruzza, M. and Flores, M. and Sullam, S. L. and Traverso, E., (eds.), Storia della Shoah. La crisi dell'Europa, lo sterminio degli ebrei e la memoria del XX secolo. UTET Libreria, pp. 869-900.
This is a long chapter on the reactions to the Nazi Judeocide in the Arab Middle East. The chapter starts with a description of the difference in viewpoints and narratives between Jews and Arabs, with a different focal point for each community (the Shoah and the Nakba). It then depicts Arab reactions to Nazism and its consequences from 1933 to 1947, making a distinction between liberal pro-Western Arabs, Islamic fundamentalists, Arab nationalists and Marxists. The evolution of stances in the epoch of the rise and radicalisation of Arab nationalism (1948-1967) is then assessed. This was followed by the era of Arab exacerbated resentment (1967-1987), which led in turn to the resurgence of Islamic fundamentalism as part of an ideological regression in the whole Arab world, with a sharp increase in stances of an Anti-Semitic character, fought by a minority of enlightened intellectuals.
|Item Type:||Book Chapters|
|SOAS Departments & Centres:||Faculty of Law and Social Sciences > Department of Development Studies|
|Depositing User:||Huei-Lan Liu|
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