As a non-Jew, I can attest to the powerful impact of Holocaust education, so I just want to be clear– I am in no way suggesting we should “move on”. But while the Holocaust is an inexhaustible subject, I think the impression for most of us is that the event was an incomprehensible tragedy that inexplicably popped up in a vacuum. We unfortunately don’t take the time to zoom out to see any historical pattern.
So I’m curious about your perspective: are there other incidents you wish non-Jews (in particular the Christian community) knew about?
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