Through out ancient and modern times it seems as though there has been an almost universal hatred and mistrust of Jewish people. This can be seen in the ancient mistrust of the people of Israel found in the Bible. Such passages as Esther 3:6, "Haman plotted to do away with all the Jews," and the Jewish nations' enslavement under the Egyptians found in the book of Exodus , clearly, demonstrate the anti-Semitism present in ancient times. As one moves further through history, the lowly condition of the Jews under Roman and then Muslim subjugation is evidence of anti-semantic thought in those societies. And in modern times, anti-Semitism has manifested it self in the atrocity known as the Holocaust. In America subtler versions, such as those viewed in the motion picture "A Gentleman's Agreement", typify the anti-Semitic actions of the nation.
Can all this be connected? Can the irrational fear and ancient hatred of an entire people be rationalized or explained away? …
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