Asked in Judaism, Jesus Christ
Did Jesus complete the Hebrew law?
It depends on what faith you follow. If you are a Christian, then you would answer yes. If you are Jewish, you would answer no. It depends on what faith you follow. If you are a Christian, then you would answer yes. If you are Jewish, you would answer no. ...
Who was the most famous Jewish person to die in the concentration camps?
I would say the most common heard victim of the holocaust would be Anne Frank. ...
Asked in Holocaust
What percentage of People killed in the Holocaust were actually criminals?
That would be a question of semantics, you could say all were, as being Jewish made someone a criminal. Or you could say that none, as one cannot use one's faith in a legal classification, so as people were killed in the Holocaust for being Jewish, not for any crime, none were killed for being criminals. ...
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2, Judaism
What role did the Jewish religion play after the Holocaust?
After the holocaust the Jewish religion was and still is considered more of a culture, just like it was during the Holocaust. About 6 Billion people make up the worlds population and from that there are only 4 million Jews (a very small amount). There would be a bigger Jewish population if 6 Million+ Jews were annihilated during the Holocaust....
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2, Adolf Hitler
How many Jewish children died during the holocaust?
About 25% of the holocaust victims were under the age of 15, which would make the figure about 1,500,000. ...
Asked in World War 2, Holocaust, Germany in WW2
What did Holocaust survivors do after the Holocaust?
It depended on the person and their situation. Some went home to the country or town they came from, but in most cases that was not possible. (Poland, for example, was very antisemitic after the Holocaust). Many moved to Israel, the United States, or Canada. Many tried to start their lives over, got married had a family and lived normal Jewish lives. Some became atheists. Some assimilated into Christian communities. Some even married Christians, so that their children would not grow up Jewish...
Asked in Germany in WW2, Judaism
If you of non Jewish faith wished to assist a person of Jewish faith to shower are there certain practices you must know?
If you want to assist someone in showering, religion doesn't enter into the picture at all, though Orthodox men would probably not want a woman to assist in this manner. ...
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2
Was it hard to get a hiding spot during the holocaust?
Yes, because many people did not want to aid Jews. If it was found out that a non-Jewish person was aiding in the escape/hiding of a Jewish person, it was against the law and therefore those hiding the Jews would either go to jail or get killed. Many would not risk that. ...
Asked in Judaism
What would happen if you were caught harboring a Jewish person?
Today, if you were caught harboring a Jewish person, nothing would happen. In WWII, however, you would be forced to go to a concentration camp and would probably die alongside the Jewish person you were harboring. ...
Why were Jewish refugees banned from returning to Jerusalem after the Holocaust?
The British White Paper of 1939, effectively banning all Jewish migration to the Mandate of Palestine, was still in effect after the Holocaust. It was not until the State of Israel was established that ships bringing Holocaust survivors to the area were legally permitted. However, during the Jewish-Arab Engagement of 1947-1949, the Israeli government lost control of the Old City and Jordan forcibly evicted all of the Jewish residents of the Old City. It would not be until 1967 and the Israeli...