Eurabia is a conspiracy theory that an alliance between the European Union and the Mediterranean Arab countries espouses anti-Americanism, anti-Zionism and the delegitimisation of the State of Israel in the eyes of the world community, in which there are those who don't see Israel as legitimate to begin with. It is a portmanteau of the words 'Europe' and 'Arabia'. The concept has its origins in the teachings of Gisèle Littman, who coined the term and began gaining fame after 9/11. One widely known person who is a fan of Gisèle's ideology is Anders Breivik, who killed 77 of his fellow Norwegians on 22 July 2011. He cited Gisèle 59 times in his manifesto '2083: A European Declaration of Independence'. According to Chip Berlet, 'Breivik is pro-Israel because he sees it as a bulwark against Islam.' Geert Wilders is another widely known anti-Eurabist.
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