Anti-Semitism is an old but enduring phenomenon, which involves the hatred and persecution of Jews in every way. The exact origins of Anti-Semitism are unknown but some theories claim that the story of Haman, the advisor to Ahashverosh of Persia from the Book of Esther, was real, which would make him the first anti-Semite in written history.
Since Arabs are considered Semites as well, anti-Semitism is basically hatred for Jews and Arabs, but Arabs are inexplicably preferred over Jews. Modern anti-Semitism is based on the inferiority of the Jewish “race” or on jealousy of the capabilities and success of Jews.
Anti-Semitism reached its highest point during WWII, with the persecution of Jews and the attempted genocide of all Jews, which resulted in the death of over six million Jews.
Although the war had ended, anti-Semitism did not end around the world, especially in places where there are many Arabs or Muslims.
Recently even in a place like Norway, where anti-Semitism was not a common phenomenon, there were several cases of violence against Jews by Muslims.
It is terrible that in these days people are still not accepted as equals by others, no matter which religion they belong to.