Rifat N. Bali

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Rifat N Bali writes : “Anti-Semitism in Turkey is not a recent phenomenon,” “Rather, its roots stretch back to the founding years of the Republic and can be seen in a number of themes that have appeared at various periods of its history” External link

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Rifat N Bali notes : “Whereas much of the previous hostility toward Jews had seemed to derive from the dominant Kemalist elites who controlled the national discourse, in the new, more open society, anti-Semitic expression became more visible within the Islamist and ultranationalist camps,” External link

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Rifat N Bali notes : “One goal of the Kemalist elites and intelligentsia who established the Turkish Republic was to nationalize the country’s economy,” “Within this nationalization process, the country’s Jews, along with the rest of the non-Muslim population, faced discrimination, including exclusion from public service, since the Republic’s founding cadres viewed them as ‘foreigners’ to the Turkish body politic and society. For them, the true of the owners of the country were the ‘real’ Turks, the Muslim population” External link

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Rifat N Bali notes : “who had, before the events, been given free rein to make crude anti-Semitic propaganda with no interference from the state,” External link

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Rifat N Bali states : “The Turkish satirical magazines were full of caricatures of the ‘Jewish merchant’: dirty, materialistic, afraid of water, hook nosed, a black marketer, an opportunist, and utterly unable to speak Turkish without a comical Jewish accent; in short, a similar figure to Jewish types encountered in Nazi iconography,” External link

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Rifat N. BaliEN50.00%
Rifat N. BaliFR50.00%


 
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Rifat N. Bali

Last updated on 2014-01-30T01:31+0300.

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Rifat N Bali writes : “Anti-Semitism in Turkey is not a recent phenomenon,” “Rather, its roots stretch back to the founding years of the Republic and can be seen in a number of themes that have appeared at various periods of its history” External link

weeklyblitz Sunday, May 23, 2021 10:41:00 PM EAT

Rifat N Bali notes : “Whereas much of the previous hostility toward Jews had seemed to derive from the dominant Kemalist elites who controlled the national discourse, in the new, more open society, anti-Semitic expression became more visible within the Islamist and ultranationalist camps,” External link

weeklyblitz Sunday, May 23, 2021 10:41:00 PM EAT

Rifat N Bali notes : “One goal of the Kemalist elites and intelligentsia who established the Turkish Republic was to nationalize the country’s economy,” “Within this nationalization process, the country’s Jews, along with the rest of the non-Muslim population, faced discrimination, including exclusion from public service, since the Republic’s founding cadres viewed them as ‘foreigners’ to the Turkish body politic and society. For them, the true of the owners of the country were the ‘real’ Turks, the Muslim population” External link

weeklyblitz Sunday, May 23, 2021 10:41:00 PM EAT

Rifat N Bali notes : “who had, before the events, been given free rein to make crude anti-Semitic propaganda with no interference from the state,” External link

weeklyblitz Sunday, May 23, 2021 10:41:00 PM EAT

Rifat N Bali states : “The Turkish satirical magazines were full of caricatures of the ‘Jewish merchant’: dirty, materialistic, afraid of water, hook nosed, a black marketer, an opportunist, and utterly unable to speak Turkish without a comical Jewish accent; in short, a similar figure to Jewish types encountered in Nazi iconography,” External link

weeklyblitz Sunday, May 23, 2021 10:41:00 PM EAT



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expert100.00%FR01/09/201409/01/2014
Names Lang Count
Rifat N. BaliEN50.00%
Rifat N. BaliFR50.00%


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