Template talk:Antisemitism topics

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Usage[edit]

  • {{Antisemitism topics|state=uncollapsed}} or
  • {{Antisemitism topics|state=collapsed}}

≈ jossi ≈ (talk) 02:29, 7 June 2007 (UTC)

Something needs to be fixed with this template, so that on articles it is automaticly hidden unless someone clicks on the [show] butten.--sefringleTalk 22:08, 14 June 2007 (UTC)

Topic creep in "Topics related to religious antisemitism"[edit]

The number of example entries--soome quite large--in the template topic could be increased by I don't know how many (hell there isn't any entrant on Holocaust (which I understand).

For example, to make overcome some "pick you favorite outrage" I added Blood libel against Jews and will soon delete "Tiszaeszlár blood libel", "Hilsner Affair", "Beilis trial", and "Shiraz blood libel." The far greater number of entry references in Blood libel against Jews could be added to the template were the same logic followed.

On the other hand, I added Judensau, because it is a unique and strange phenomenon.

Any thoughts on this issue?

--Best, --Shlishke (talk) 18:41, 29 February 2008 (UTC)

What I just wrote about the deletion isn't taking. I don't know enough about templates, I guess. If you agree with my comment above, could you do me the favor of implementing it?

--Shlishke (talk) 18:51, 29 February 2008 (UTC)with a red face, 18:51, 29 February 2008 (UTC)

Need to add values[edit]

These 3 values are three reasons for anti-Semitism;

  • The Banality of Evil & Boiling frog - 2 ways to create anti-Semitism. Boiling frog - Introducing the ideas of hatred slowly, each time increasing the dosage, in order avoid resistance. So that in every step in the process the people would have time to get used to the hate thinking that it's normal, adopting it through different ideas. In the advanced stage, they would believe and accept everything.

The Banality of Evil - To make people believe that Jews and Judaism is bad, so that the idea to hate or destroy the Jews is a good thing.

  • Chosen People - View of the Jews as threaten to your people "chosenness", that came later to replaced the Jews choice (According to Christianity, Islam and Hitler. Hitler said that the only way to determine who is the real chosen people is to exterminate the Jews, see also: Christian–Jewish reconciliation)

--DaoXan (talk) 12:35, 26 January 2015.

The Banality of Evil is redlinked, meaning non-existent. What it refers to is unclear. What does Avi Beker have to do with "Chosen People", and why should Hitler's argument, in itself unsourced, be a reason for us to include that Avi Beker in this template? Boiling frog is an article about frogs, and the connection is remote.
These 3 links are IMHO not relevant to this template. In any case, you should not restore them before obtaining consensus. Please read WP:BRD. Your way of editing first and talking it over later is not acceptable. Debresser (talk) 11:05, 26 January 2015 (UTC)