By S. Madmoni-Gerber
A research of the media insurance of the Yemenite infants Affair - the tale of the alleged kidnapping of hundreds of thousands of Yemenite infants from their households upon arrival to Israel within the early Fifties. Examining the function performed via the media and by way of racism, this ebook is a part of a becoming development to extend views inside Israeli scholarship.
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The Jews from Kiari look like the Kataba Jews with their weak bodies and their loose muscles. (68) 28 Israeli Media & the Framing of Internal Conflict Ramifications of Racial Profiling The abovementioned descriptions reduce individuals to a group status on the basis of racial characteristics. Worse, these racist views were only the first steps in a dreadful and humiliating experience for Yemenite immigrants in the dominant Ashkenazi settlement in Palestine before 1948 and after the coming into existence of Israel.
New immigrants were treated at times with hatred and hostility by local Ashkenazi farmers, who claimed the land; they lived in inhuman conditions, often in stables and cowsheds (Meir 1982). Druyan (1981) agreed that Ashkenazi farmers received Yemenite Jews in a hostile manner. While she did not cast the action as racist, she acknowledged that the Yemenite’s dark skin, different language, and Arab resemblance caused Ashkenazi farmers to distance themselves from them. Some farmers did not even want to employ Yemenites and ignored them completely.
Malka 1998, 198). The fear of Israel being turned into the Levant still exists among the Ashkenazi elite, but in an age characterized by the rapid spread of information, a more “politically correct” point of view prevails. 12 Nevertheless, in the Israel of today, some public officials are known to have made racist comments that denigrate certain cultures, similar to comments made in the 1950s. In 1994, for instance, when Alisa Shenhar, a professor from Haifa University, was selected by Shimon Peres to be the Israeli ambassador to Moscow, she expressed joy about the recent immigration from Russia: I think it is a great immigration, a cultural immigration.
Israeli Media and the Framing of Internal Conflict: The Yemenite Babies Affair by S. Madmoni-Gerber