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Anti-Semitism and Hatred of Jews have become common place in many Nations

Anti-Semitism and Hatred of Jews have become common place in many Nations
Anti-Semitism and Hatred of Jews have become common place in many Nations

This present decade has already witnessed a lot of violence related to religion and religious affairs. The most common example being the attacks made on the places of worship such as the temples, mosques, and churches. This has increased fears in the minds of the worshippers and people continue visiting the places of worships despite the fears in their minds of falling a victim anytime.

Among all the different types of religious conflicts, violence against the Jews or anti-Semitism has increased to a greater level as it has found a common place in many nations. The common ways of carrying out anti-Semitic remarks and actions against the Jews is by assaulting the Jewish symbols.

In late May this year, the Jews in Germany were advised not to wear a kippah, so that they would not fall victim to any sudden attacks. In another similar incident of assaulting the Jewish Symbols was the banning of Jewish Symbols, in the month of June by, DC Dyke March, particularly the Star of David.

The Activists asserted it as a national symbol since it represented the national flag of Israel. In both the cases, the Jewish Community and supporters seemed to get a push back as they argued about the Jews for wearing the Kippah in Germany. They also argued that the Star of David Flag consisting of the rainbow colors to be allowed at the march.

There are several incidents that are anti-Semitic in nature and keep happening from day to day, that is worth the debate. But one thing that makes it clear is that such rise in the number of anti-Semitic incidents over the years on the Jewish symbols, clearly represent that hatred of Jews has become a common place in many nations.

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