Georges-Elia Sarfati

Georges-Elia Sarfati is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Clermont Ferrand in France and carries out research at the CNRS, the French national center for scientific research. Previously he taught at Tel Aviv University. He is the author of a number of books which deal with the analysis of the relationships between discourse, politics and ideology.

Publications by Georges-Elia Sarfati

JCall Discourse: A Semantic Analysis

The year 2010 has witnessed a turning point in the way that Jews and Israel are treated. Through the JCall phenomenon, a part of the world Jewish community has become the partisan of a changed attitude toward the state of Israel. A call for "pressure" on Israel is voiced by a part of the Jewish elites who claim to be doing so out of affection. Read More »

Language as a Tool against Jews and Israel

Discourses are formulated on the basis of ideological views. The idea that speech is transparent is a belief rather than a scientific fact. When analyzing Judeophobia, one finds an archive of words to be used against the Jew, which aims to criminalize all forms of Jewish identity. Read More »