May 22, 2024

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Antisemitism and the conflict – explained in two simple maps

This is the entire story of antisemitism and the Israel / Arab conflict delivered in two simple maps. One map is based on Jewish populations in the 1930s, the other Jewish populations today. The maps are not just of Europe or the Middle East, but the entire Europe, Middle East and North Africa region. People love to make everything seem complex. Sometimes the best thing to do is cut out the noise:

Map: Jewish populations Europe and MENA region 1930s

Jewish population map 1930s

Map: Jewish populations Europe and MENA region 2010s


maps jewish populations

If anyone notices any important mistakes, let me know. The figures in the maps are a collation of official European pre-holocaust figures, scholarly estimates from the Arab ethnic cleansing of their Jewish populations and contemporary population figures. Only significant populations of 50k+ have been considered unless the population is smaller but still a sizeable % of the total population.

Put the two images side by side and everything suddenly becomes clear. The horrific scale of the destruction of Jewish communities. But also the antisemitic obsession with Israel. Some spend their time arguing that anti-Zionism isn’t antisemitism, but just look at the maps. Tell me that having hounded, persecuted, expelled and murdered their Jewish communities throughout the regions, that the current obsession with that one tiny concentration of Jews that is left – the Jews in Israel – isn’t driven by antisemitism.

maps antisemitism comparison

Much of it was far-right genocide. In other places Islamist ethnic cleansing or rising Arab nationalism. Elsewhere it was soviet / marxist persecution. Each of these antisemitic forces points the finger at the other – most in total denial about the antisemitism in their own camps. But look at the maps. It does not matter if the hate is coming from an Islamic flag, the Soviet flag or the Swastika. In the end they all got rid of their Jews. Now, chillingly, they all fixate on the oasis that the Jews ran to.

Sometimes you don’t need to argue. You just need to stop and to look.




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