Amazon, Apple and Google have all decided to ban the social media app Parler, which is popular among the far-right, from their platforms.
On Kristallnacht, many synagogues were destroyed, thousands of shops and large department stores owned by Jews were looted and burned down, hundreds of Jews were murdered, and thousands arrested.
Unless that culture is rejected as a whole, its hateful messages and phony “regrets” will continue to feed the airways and fill the halls of power.
Today, with just 1.3 million Jewish inhabitants, it is home to less than 10% compared to 1939 when it was home to 60% of the global Jewish population.
On November 13 CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour compared Kristallnacht to President Trump's term.
Dutch Protestant Church spokesman Peter de-Boer said “unfortunately, Christian theology contributed much to the antisemitic discourse that led to the events of the Holocaust.”
Remarks by the World Jewish Congress president at the WJC Theodor Herzl Award Virtual Gala
“It is not only glass that is broken, it is the heart.”
In Bahrain, which is participating in global Kristallnacht commemoration, ‘a tolerant society is very much part of the social fabric,’ says rabbi.
On Nov. 9, 1938, Nazis in Germany and Austria unleashed pogroms that killed dozens and wounded thousands following the assassination of a German diplomat by a Jewish gunman.