Anti-Semitism is the term used to describe a hostile, sometimes hateful attitude toward people of the Jewish faith. This attitude can manifest itself through verbal or physical attacks against individuals, communities or religious institutions. In addition, anti-Semitism is often articulated through codes that are not always easy to decipher and may be used unconsciously.
Anti-Semitism is a form of racism and, along with sexism, classism, rejectionism, antiziganism and homophobia, is one of the most common forms of discrimination.
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