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survey among Europeans from 16 countries: “Jews exploit Holocaust victimhood for their own needs.”

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Litwin

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so guys what do you think do “Jews exploit Holocaust victimhood for their own needs.” ?

1 in 5 Europeans thinks a secret Jewish cabal runs the world, survey finds - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

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The survey was presented by the Hungary-based Action and Protection League Monday at a conference about anti-Semitism organized in Paris by the European Jewish Association. It was conducted in December and January in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Poland, among other countries.

Other findings:

* A quarter of respondents agreed with the statement that Israel’s policies make them understand why some people hate Jews.

* More than a quarter concurred with the statement that “Israel is engaged in legitimate self defense against its enemies.” A quarter of respondents disagreed and 46% did not express a position.

* More than a third agreed with the assertion that “During World War II, people from our nation suffered as much as Jews.”

Holocaust revisionism and classic anti-Semitic stereotypes were more common in Eastern Europe, whereas anti-Israel sentiments, including anti-Semitic ones, were more common in the west, according to Rabbi Slomo Koves, chairman of the Action and Protection League. The Budapest-based group is affiliated with the Hungarian Jewish community’s main watchdog on anti-Semitism.

In each of the countries polled, a representative sample of 1,000 adults was presented with 45 questions or statements in face-to-face interviews about Jews and Israel, according to the Action and Protection League. The survey has a margin of error of 0.8%.

Koves said his group is still working on a breakdown of the results in each country, but it’s complicated “by challenges in the collection process,” noting the difficulty of finding pollsters willing to go into the poor neighborhoods and ghettos of Paris and Brussels, for example. That, he said, “is necessary for arriving at a representative sample.”"
 

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So, you believe The Holocaust happened?
 

there4eyeM

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Whether or not this is true, it would only be an entirely human reaction.
What is more important is the presence of absurd prejudices that push people into such adaptations.
Anti-antisemitism, as Nietzsche affirmed, is beyond stupid. Similar racism and bigotry betrays our humanity and defies reason. A victim of it might be easily forgiven for seeking any refuge.
 

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Very, very sad. We're seeing a similar trend here in the U.S. as more young people go through our public schools and colleges.
 

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