Many American jews and Jewish organizations seem unable to memorialize the Holocaust without first universalizing it, stripping it of its singularly Jewish component. They position it within a greater arc of human suffering to accommodate current grievance groups. Under the guise of Tikkun O’lam, they prioritize a universal mission to protect other minorities at the expense of intrinsic Jewish safety. Has this attitude led to Jews being of secondary importance to Jews themselves and consequently to the general public who witness this lack of self-regard? Is this a danger to our inherent nationhood?
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