SOURCE: The Nation
Magda Teter's new book examines the history of the pernicious antisemitic myth, its cultivation by Christian authorities, and its amplification by the growth of print and literacy in renaissance Europe.
SOURCE: Jewish Currents
by Ralph Seliger
Scholars spoke at a NY conference on the medieval origins of the blood libel — the bizarre accusation that Jews murder Christian children to drain their blood in order to make matses for Passover.
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