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Jews Don’t Count

David Baddiel

This compelling book tackles an often-overlooked topic: the history of anti-Semitism. Comedian and writer David Baddiel argues that those fighting against racism, homophobia, transphobia, and disablism have missed an important subject. In this thought-provoking read, Baddiel presents his case with a unique combination of jokes, personal experience, and reasoning. Discover why, in a world focused on minority rights, Jews don’t count as a real minority.
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Yes. PLEASE- if you consider yourself anti-racist- please read this book- or get the audio version- ITS SHORT and you need to read it      fuente
The book was amazing and the documentary looks to be equally good. I’ll be watching for sure.      fuente
Such an enlightening book.      fuente
Will add to the chorus of great reviews for @Baddiel's 'Jews Don't Count'; a fascinating, thought provoking and thorough account of the biases, blind spots and hypocrisies of progressives. The book is literally a longer conversation than what can be said on Twitter. A must read.      fuente
Brilliant review for a brilliant book:      fuente
Jewish people are not "too powerful" or "too rich" to be affected by racism – history has repeatedly shown that anti-Semitism has genocidal consequences when ignored. This is a brilliant book and documentary, and I urge everyone to watch it:      fuente
the whole book out just brilliant - and very much needed      fuente
Such an interesting book by @Baddiel called 'Jews Don't Count. ' So good I've asked him to come on the show and talk about the 'hierarchy of racism' and not the "Jewish space laser". @bbc5live      fuente
This is a very good book. Essential reading for anyone who has been confused about antisemitism on the Left in recent years and, essentially, what the Jewish British experience has become. Bravo, @Baddiel      fuente
Such a good important and essential book. As was the article. Both reveal the hierarchy of racism that contradicts history in favour of ideology. For example did u notice those who didnt mention Jews at all on Holocaust Memorial Day,trying to make it a day when all lives matter?      fuente