Q&A: How close is the resemblance between Kristallnacht and the recent burning of Egyptian churches?
Question by Daniel ben Mordechai: How close is the resemblance between Kristallnacht and the recent burning of Egyptian churches?
While history never repeats itself in absolutely every detail, there are patterns in history that I believe we ignore at our own peril. In a piece that appeared yesterday at PJ Media, Hans von Spakovsky drew some parallels between Kristallnacht nearly 75 years ago in Germany and the recent burning of Egyptian churches by the Muslim Brotherhood, while acknowledging that there are certain distinctions between the two situations:
One note about the author of the piece: Although Mr. von Spakovsky is employed by the Heritage Foundation, this particular piece was written by Mr. von Spakovsky independently, as he was not speaking for that foundation as a whole in this piece.
Answer by BekindtoAnimals22
Muslims are killing Christians in many countries right now and we hear as much about it as when Hitler was exterminating the Jews. Silence. The media doesn’t specify who the targets are so naturally look no further to see the rest of the story that motivates their actions. Glenn Beck talked about it several years ago and we all know what happened to him. If the media does mention it, they relate it to the fact that the Christians support the military rather than the Muslim Brotherhood and relate all of it to politics or religion rather than looking at the whole agenda. For some reason the Muslim Brotherhood gets handled with kid gloves. We are told we must not offend them but they have not earned the respect they demand.
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