- Mar 30, 2017
The last part of this article I thought summed it up nicely (bold emphasis mine):Maurice Samuel’s 1924 tract, “You Gentiles,” is cherished by antisemites and Zionists alike because it says that a Jew can never mix successfully in a non-Jewish world because the Jew’s concerns are more serious, and the gentile’s more playful, so the Jew will always be “a source of unhappiness...mondoweiss.net
"The book “You Gentiles” seemed just a curiosity, an oddity, to me at first. But as an expression of Jewish separatism and contempt, it lives in a darkness of Jewish pride separated from the ethic of common humanity, the essential ability to see an image of ourselves in others.
It is a Zionist document of note, to explain the Israeli state’s determination to exist by might and power, and the decision to see gentiles of Palestine as enemies simply because they lived there."
It explains why they were expelled from so many countries between the second and 19th century.