Policy Briefing: Misogyny and Antisemitism
Antisemitic and sexist discriminations involve the notions of power, control, and domination. Jewish women are at the intersection of both antisemitism and sexism. they are considered as different, forced to place their Jewish identity at the forefront of their activism and commitments, rejected in their identity from the common space. The voice of Jewish women is disempowered as a Jew when discussing antisemitism and attacked when defending women’s rights. it is being removed from the public space under this dual attack. This briefing seeks to illuminate some of the detail on this form of double discrimination.