L’héritage d’un ami d’Israël

Retour sur un demi-siècle de relations afro-juives. De Martin Luther King à nos jours

By MASHA RIFKIN / JOINT :MEDIA NEWS SERVICE
February 7, 2012 12:45
Les relations afro-juives

Martin. (photo credit: photo illustrative/Reuters)

 
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Les liens proches qui unissaient Martin Luther King Jr et la communauté juive sont bien connus.

Parmi les proches conseillers, collaborateurs ou confidents du leader de la cause noire : des dirigeants juifs et rabbins. Et le moment où il s’est imposé comme la figure de proue du Mouvement des droits civiques a marqué l’âge d’or des relations entre Afros et Juifs. Mais peu après sa mort, les relations se sont refroidies.

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