The Nazis believed that Jews were an inferior race and they didn't want their own race to be 'contaminated'.
the answer to the people who were persecuted by the Nazis because of their religion is the JEWS no need to thank me <3 =)
Religion effected the holocaust because Nazis targeted Jews, Gypsies, and others. The Nazis believed in only the christian belief.
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There seems to be a lot of confusion about this. The Nazis persecuted the Jews on grounds of race, not religion. In some cases, for example Jehovah's Witnesses, people's religion brought them into conflict with the Nazis.
The Nazis were not a religion, though they presented themselves to the public in Germany as national salvation movement, complete with some pseudo-religious trappings.
Genocide. However, what bothered the Nazis about the Jews were race, not religion.
The nazis killed their own citizens and those in surrounding countries - specifically those of the Jewish religion, gypsies, etc.
Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Gypsies, Jews, and Freemasons, if you consider Freemasonry a religion.
I think you'll find that it was the Jews (that is people) that the Nazis hated and that they had very little knowledge of Judaism (the religion).
the polish people were hate because of their religion and beliefs.
Nazis hated the religion of Judaism.
they we're tourtured and killed by the hateful nazis becuse of their religion.
No. Nazi hatred of the Jews was based on race and not religion. Additionally, the Nazis would find anyone who was even 1/4 Jewish by blood and persecute them, even if they were devout Catholics or Protestants. ______________ The Nazis saw the Jews as a race, not a religion. The Holocaust wasn't a matter of religion.
All of the government-based homophobia in Africa comes from religion, predominantly Christianity and Islam.
probably a dictatorship, fascism, or socialism.
Adolf Hitler ran for public office under the Socialist Party and was very obsessed with the occult and witchcraft. A lot of the nazis were into socialism, but most were not into witchcraft.
Catholicism was not only the main religion in Nazi Germany, it was the state religion. The Catholic Church supported the Nazis, a position which changed rapidly in the mid-1940s.
The Jews wanted Israel so they could escape from the Nazis and pratice their religion.
At first, this question seems kind of silly. Anyone can claim they have a new religion I guess. But the US Government does have criteria for recognizing a tax-exempt religion. So it is a serious question. Some organizations have to show that they are a legitimate church, even though they are claiming affiliation to an existing religion. This was a issue when a group of Native American Indians wanted to smoke a natural plant as part of their religion but the Government wanted to outlaw it. I think it is wrong to outlaw one practise or act just because a religion says it is part of their tradition. If that is the case, then soon we will have immigrants from India wanting to smoke cocaine to get their spiritual high as they do in India.
They were communist, and in the communist manifesto (soviet constitution) it says "religion is the opium of the people", the USSR completely followed it strictly
None, nazis were not members of the Christian religion.
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