anti-Jewish

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anti- +‎ Jewish

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anti-Jewish (comparative more anti-Jewish, superlative most anti-Jewish)

  1. Opposed to Jews.
    • 1953 April, Leon Poliakov, “An Opinion Poll on Anti-Jewish Measures in Vichy France”, in Jewish Social Studies, volume 15, number 2, JSTOR 4465155, pages 135-150:
      Of the declared Antisemites, 66.32% (or 34.11% of the total replies) found the anti-Jewish measures to be insufficient.
    • 1966, Hayyim J. Cohen, “The Anti‐Jewish Farhūd in Baghdad, 1941”, in Middle Eastern Studies, volume 3, number 1, DOI:10.1080/00263206608700059, JSTOR 4282184:
      Twenty-five years have passed since the anti-Jewish farhud in Iraq.

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  • anti-Jewish” in Merriam–Webster Online Dictionary.