The reason for making waves in europe and not in Israel are obvious - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 31.08.10 | 08:24 (IDT)

    Europe denies the true reason for the Holocaust. This is the basic religious European deicide accusation toward Jews. Facing this would mean a total religious reformation, of which Europe is not capable today. Thus, other explanations for the Holocaust are promoted in Europe. Mainly the Nazi party taking over a democratic Germany, and racism. This explains the over sensitivity to any form of racism in Europe. A normal attitude toward racism is that genetic differences indeed exist, but all mankind should be treated under the same criteria. But in Europan sensitivity it is not even permitted to say people are different. This will not resolve the basic European problem, namely when a kid ask his parents "we learned at church that Pontius Pilatus crucified Jesus but Jews are to blame, how can this be?", what to they answer.

    from the article: 'Jewish gene' theories make waves in Germany, go unnoticed in Israel
    First published 01:46 31.08.10 | Last updated 01:46 31.08.10
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