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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-01-27, 2:13 pm

Rise in hate crime mirrors ‘dark days of the 1930s’, Jewish leader warns

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Dr Moshe Kantor said the ‘awful lessons’ of the Holocaust are being forgotten (Picture: Getty Images)
The rise in hate crime and neo-Nazi parties has been compared to the ‘darkest days of the 1930s’, it has been warned.
72 years ago today the largest Nazi concentration camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, was liberated.
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But a Jewish leader said the ‘awful lessons’ of the Holocaust are being forgotten.
Dr Moshe Kantor, head of the European Jewish Congress, told Huffington Post UK that we are once again living in an era of ‘nationalism, xenophobia and strident anti-Semitism’.

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He said:  ‘A common question that’s asked about the Holocaust is how ordinary people were driven to commit atrocities?’
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‘We know that they were not threatened with death for not following orders, so why did they did it? Why did they turn in their neighbours to the Nazis, and end up working – as train drivers, guards, secretaries – within Hitler’s killing machine?
‘Only a small minority supported Hitler’s plan to kill all European Jews through mass extermination, a plan that was widely circulated years before.
‘But he was able to act because an undercurrent of hatred had seeped into everyday life.’

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Victims of a German Concentration Camp in 1944 (Picture: Getty Images)



Kantor said we cannot rule out that some neo-Nazi groups could gain ‘significant power’ in parts of Europe.
He even used the rise in hate crime following the Brexit vote as an example.
To combat this worrying trend, the Jewish leader said that education is the key.
‘It’s crucial that we develop special programmes, from kindergarten and reception all the way through to university to educate people on the dangers of religious hatred, xenophobia and anti-Semitism, he added.



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Post  barrowmackem on 2017-01-27, 3:50 pm

often wondered that myself, flesh and blood like anyone else, live and let live I say.

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Post  MrRAWhite on 2017-01-31, 8:21 am

I hate the fact that people can say they hate others on regards of nationality, religion or colour of skin. I always have and always will treat individuals at face value. 
Why and how this can happen is beyond me, but the signs are there once again of hatred and intolerance growing and festering within society.

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