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    (Original post by ageshallnot)
    In those books which I mentioned, among many others. Go away and read them. When you have absorbed the facts, return to the History section.
    Those books which you speak of, do they say that the Jews were not persecuted for their beliefs of believing in God and creation?
    If you have the knowledge of the holocaust perhaps you could answer a few simple questions from researching these books vastly informative books?

    - Did Hitler allow them to keep the Sabbath in the camps?
    - Where they let off work duty in Auschwitz on Saturday's?
    - Were any inmates executed for refusal to work on Shabbat?
    - Were they allowed to keep the feasts, like Passover etc?
    -Did they have the feast of unleaven bread?

    Were they persecuted for their beliefs or not?
 
 
 
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