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Jews Pushing New Law to Make Holocaust Indoctrination Mandatory in Public Schools

Posted by: Sami Ibrahim,Sr

Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) and various Jewish advocacy groups on Monday announced the reintroduction of legislation entitled the Never Again Education Act, a bipartisan effort to improve education about the Holocaust in American schools:

The bipartisan bill seeks to introduce Holocaust studies into the curriculum of the US education system, and establish a federal fund that would provide teachers with the resources and to teach the horrific details of the Holocaust and its consequences, as well as develop textbooks and seminars on the subject. The bill comes in the wake of a recent wave of anti-Semitic attacks in the US.

Speaking to the media at the Center for Jewish History, Maloney—accompanied by Israel’s Consulate General in New York Danny Dayan—said the legislation is an important step in combating the rise of anti-Semitism in America.

“The rise of anti-Semitism in our country is extremely disturbing and I am terrified of the fact that people have walked through the district I am privileged to represent and have been beaten up and hurt because they are Jewish,” Maloney said. “We need to take proactive steps to combat this hatred. We must begin educating people, especially our young people, about the horrors of the Holocaust and how hate, evil, intolerance and ignorance can lead to mass murder..”

A recent survey conducted by the Claims Conference—a nonprofit organization that secures monetary and material compensation for Holocaust survivors—found that 31% of Americans and 41% of millenials believe that only two million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust, while 41% of Americans and 66% of millenials do not know what Auschwitz is. In addition, 52% of Americans believe that Hitler took the power in Germany by force.

According to the Anti-Defamation League—a Jewish non-profit that fights racial hatred in the US—there has been a 60% increase in anti-Semitic incidents in the country between 2016 and 2017.

“Charlottesville, Pittsburgh and the recent physical assaults on Jews in Brooklyn require profound educational reform,” said Danny Dayan. “This legislation will lead to a revolution in Holocaust studies in the United States, and prevent a new generation from forgetting the past, which is essential for a secure future.”

“The reality in which the majority of the young people in the US are not aware of Auschwitz, is distorted and must be rectified. This will allow the American students to understand what anti-Semitism can ultimately lead to,” added Dayan.

For the last 40 years the jewish-controlled media and educational system has flooded us with pro-Holocaust propaganda.  Literally every day we are reminded of the “unique” suffering of the Jews during World War II.  We are constantly reminded that a potential genocide is set in motion every time a Jew is called an unkind name somewhere in the world.  And in many White countries, you can now be sent to prison for questioning the jewish version of WWII.

Contrary to what the Jews believe, more mandatory education about the Holocaust will not reduce antisemitism.  After all, 40 years of it hasn’t worked yet, so why keep doing it?  If anything, making belief in the so-called Holocaust mandatory in America’s schools will do nothing except create more skeptics and ultimately more antisemites.  The last thing the Jews want is for people to look too closely into the historical details and start asking uncomfortable questions.

One Response to “Jews Pushing New Law to Make Holocaust Indoctrination Mandatory in Public Schools”

  1. Mahmoud El-Yousseph says:

    “P is for Palestine” book’s opponents should be shamed.

    By Mahmoud El-Yousseph
    July 31, 2020

    Surprise, surprise! On May 2019, a New Jersey public library was forced to cancel a reading of the children’s book “P is for Palestine” after vocal opposition, mainly from the pro-Israeli Jewish community, who claimed the book is anti-Semitic.

    What was supposed to be a family event featuring Dr. Goldbarg Bashi, an Iranian professor of Middle Eastern History, speaking about her alphabet book about Palestine was followed by discussion among those attending and a book signing ended up suddenly being shelved.

    One of the objections to the book is the page, “I is for Intifada,” which the author explained means “Intifada is Arabic for rising up for what is right if you are a kid or grown up”. She further stated, “In my book, the intifada stands for peaceful and artistic resistance to the Occupation.” The second objection is that they dislike the author because she identifies herself with BDS movement. I should note here that this is the first book written about Palestinian children in America in the English language.

    Anticipating that a board meeting is on June 5, a large coalition pro-Palestinian group is now petitioning the Highland Park Public Library to “rise up for what is right, reject this racist and naked attack on free speech, and immediately reinstate the planned ‘P is for Palestine: A Palestine Alphabet Book’ event.”

    Thanks to a poster at Mondoweiss with the name Just, who explained this big drama best by raising these pointed questions. “I wonder if the ‘Israeli partisans’ are afraid that attendees might just get educated and that the truth may come out in a public library? Are they afraid that conversations will occur and that the cruel and inhumane Israeli treatment of Palestinians, including children, is questioned? I suggest that those ‘Israel’s partisans’ read this wonderful book and stop with their hasbara.”

    Yes, Just, they will also learn that the book included pages such as “A is for Arabic my native tongue, a language that the fourth ever sung” and “E is for Eid, it means festival… when we eat enticing eats.”

    A local Rabbi sent an email to the book story who hosted the reading for the author asking him to publicly resend his support of this book. The Rabbi further warned that if the bookstore continues to support the book, the bookstore will not be allowed to participate in an upcoming book fair at his synagogue preschool later this year. If that is not intimidation and blackmail, I do not know what is.

    This is nothing more than an assault on the First Amendment. Does this “pro-Israel Jewish community” in NJ, USA care about that? Are they afraid of the word ‘Palestine’? Come on! How many books written by Zionists and folks from American Jewish communities are published and presented without any problem in the US and the West? How many movies? How many pro-Israeli talking heads are given top billing in and on MSM? How many Palestinians are given any time at all? Truth is, “P for Palestine” book’s opponents should be shamed for what they did.

    It is comforting to know, however, that according to Rasmusen Report, 93% of Americans feel the freedom of speech is more important than making sure no one is offended. I would like to add to that the list below of American civic organizations that are demanding this event be reinstated.

    Al-Awda NY: The Palestine Right to Return Coalition, American Muslims for Palestine – NJ, Council on American-Islamic Relations – NJ, Occupy Bergen County, Jews for Palestinian Right of Return, Labor for Palestine, People’s Organization for Progress, Samidoun: Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, SOMA for Palestine, USACBI: US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, and to Jewish Voice for Peace. Special thanks to Dr. Golbarg Bashi!

    Mahmoud El-Yousseph is a Palestinian freelance writer. He could be reached at


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