The Holocaust - An Introduction (I)
Nazi Germany: Ideology, The Jews and the World

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Professor Havi Dreifuss, PhD
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Why didn’t the Jews leave Germany when Hitler was elected?

A question that has been on my mind for a while was why the Jews stayed in Germany since the election of Hitler and the rise of anti-Semitism? Why didn’t they leave? What did they tell themselves? What did they do to reduce the anti-Semitism? Did they to prove that they are good people and that they are loyal citizens of Germany?

The question has been on my mind because I see parallels. I think Muslims in the West, are becoming the "Jews" of the 21st century, so, it would be wise to learn from past experiences. Maybe for Western-Muslims to learn from it and do better job than the Jews did, or if they can’t, to notice when things are getting out of hand before it’s too late.

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