Jewish Holocaust Reflections Adrian Idrovo

My initial understanding of the Holocaust is that it was a genocide of Jews. The Jewish people were HitLer's scapegoat.

My understanding hasn't changed much. Hitler killed Jews because of fear and hatred.

Why were Jews hated so much?

Hitler thought that the Jewish people were directly responsible for Germany's many problems. He saw Jews as an inferior race.

“Roman exemplifies heroism and compassion, as someone who has spent his life helping other Holocaust survivors and those few who risked their own lives to save Jew.”

Roman Kent survived the Holocaust. He is the president of the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous, which helps Righteous Gentiles who rescued Jews during the Holocaust. Kent also is treasurer of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, which helps survivors and seeks claims on their behalf.

ISIS: The world's newest holocaust

Both groups have killed the innocent and persecuted people because of their faith

both Nazis and ISIS have sent horrible, frightening messages with their actions.

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