A prominent Brazilian doctor was suspended by a leading Jewish hospital after comparing the fear of the coronavirus pandemic to the Holocaust.
“God, what you have done in World War II, you must do again,” the clergyman at a radical evangelical congregation shouted during a sermon.
Lea Maria Jahn made a joke about the Holocaust and made a Nazi salute in a February performance in Sao Paulo.
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They held down the 57-year-old victim, broke his teeth and yelled anti-Semitic slurs like “Hitler should have killed more Jews.”
There’s subtly invoking Nazi ideology, and there’s giving a speech written by Joseph Goebbels over the strains of one of Hitler’s favorite operas.
“Despite everything, I am very grateful to life for everything,” said Andor Stern, who is recognized as the only Brazilian-born survivor.
A Brazilian-based organization uses cooking classes and nutrition education to help those living on the margins.
We’ll give you a hint: Israel is #1.