"Security considerations are very valid." - Ben Gurion According to the Nazis? anti-Semitic ideology it was "reasonable" to consider all Jews as a potential threat against the German people. The Jews, especially in the occupied parts of Soviet Russia, were viewed as a real threat behind the front. Equally so, Hitler's racist regime also viewed Jews in other occupied countries as potential collaborators who could aid and abet resistance groups and other partisans. Therefore, it was eminently logical for the Nazis to endeavor to remove this threat by ridding itself of Jews. The first step in the murderous program that followed was drawing the initial conclusion that Jews were a security threat to the Fatherland. Whether this perception was based on reality or just imagined was immaterial to the genocide that resulted.
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