Probably no group has suffered more over the centuries at the hands of Christianity than Jews.
A simple grumbling in some Medieval village about the “killers of Jesus” was all it took to ignite a bloody demonic fury resulting in unimaginable carnage. For centuries, it was pogroms, then modernity gave us the Holocaust.
Today, this ancient ambition for a final solution finds expression in the rise of antisemitic violence. In 2021, such violence hit a record high of 2,717 incidents within the United States alone.
To stand in solidarity with the persecuted is to stand against my Christian siblings and with my Jewish siblings.
But what happens when the oppressed become the new oppressors?
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