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Jewish men, women, and children in the Lodz Ghetto in Poland. Most were taken to Hitler’s concentration camps for extermination. (credits below)

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By Chris Katulka
Israel My Glory

The blaze has subsided since Whoopi Goldberg insisted the Holocaust “isn’t about race,” but the embers are still burning.

Goldberg’s comment started a firestorm during a January filming of her television show The View on ABC. The comedian-turned-daytime-television-host then doubled down on her remark and called the Holocaust an example of white-on-white violence.

Although ABC suspended Goldberg for two weeks and she issued an apology, the incident demonstrates how few people today comprehend the true nature of the Holocaust and how the American conversation about racism clouded Goldberg’s understanding. She admitted later on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert that she can’t visualize racism apart from skin color. . . .

It is disturbing that a 2020 survey of adults under 40 revealed 1 in 10 never heard the word Holocaust. Almost two-thirds of American young adults were unaware that 6 million Jews were systematically murdered during World War II. And the greatest shocker of all was that more than 1 in 10 believe the Jewish people caused the Holocaust. Click here to continue reading.


Related Information:

News Commentary “Whoopi Goldberg is the New Normal”

The Berean Call Answers Questions About Anti-Semitic “Theories”

The Jews: Beloved by God, Hated by Many by Tony Pearce

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