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The Oral Torah is basically teachings in the Talmud and other writings. Sam also stressed the importance of Jewish belief in one God. Jews do not believe in the Holy Trinity that Christians believe in. Jews believe God is one and unique. According to Judaism 101, “God is incorporeal and eternal.” (Rich).
Therefore because this was becoming a racial war, this was an opportunity for Germany to 'cleanse' itself of Jews like it should have done centuries ago. With Hitler being Anti-Semitic and a strong leader for the Nazi party, Anti-Semitism was influencing the minds of ordinary German civilians. Adolf Hitler had previously been in prison before he became ruler of Germany in his second attempt. During the time he was in prison, he wrote a book called 'Mien Kamph' his book was incredibly racist and anti -Semitic, Hitler expressed his hatred for the Jews and influenced his readers into hating these 'impure' people. Hitler's main idea was to as he called it 'cleanse' Europe of these non- deserving people.
“What Really Are the Dead Sea Scrolls?” Jewish-Christian Relations. International Council of Christians and Jews, 2010. Web. 27 Apr. 2010.
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Unfortunately, while The New York Times had the ability and responsibility to report on the Holocaust, it failed to adequately do so due to the lack of believability of the stories, and the publisher’s personal issues. The New York Times was among the most qualified and best suited to emphasize the Holocaust and inform the American people of the atrocities. Since it was founded in 1851, the Times has held a “longtime commitment to international affairs”. Along with this, it had a vast amount of Jewish leadership within it, making it perfect to report on the Holocaust (Leff, How the NYT Missed the Story). Deborah Libstadt once said, “Press bears a great measure of responsibility for the public’s skepticism and ignorance of the scope of the wartime tradgedy” (Fischel).