That is a little silly. You are equating acts carried out by small groups of extremists with a carefully-planned national policy.
By ANGELA MONTEFINISENovember 12, 2006 — The number of hate crimes in the city is up almost 8 percent from last year, with attacks on Jews and gays spiking the most, according to NYPD stats.There were 230 confirmed verbal and physical incidents designated bias crimes by police from Jan. 1 to Nov. 5 of this year – up from 214 in the same period last year.The number of crimes against Jews surged 28 percent, to 95 from 74.Anti-gay crimes jumped 20 percent, to 47 from 39. There were 42 crimes against gays in all of 2004 and 44 in all of 2005.
Protesters greeted the neo-Nazi Democratic Party’s biennial convention in Berlin as a new report said anti-Semitism was on the rise in Germany.Thousands of protesters marched in the rain Saturday against the two-day convention with the slogan the political center of the people, Israel’s Ha’aretz said.German President Horst Kohler said the dream of normal Jewish life in Germany still clashes with anti-Semitism.A report by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation said the neo-Nazi movement is growing and generating anti-Semitic feelings in the country.The study said official reports indicate the number of attacks by right-wing extremists has risen 20 percent, Ha’aretz said.
In North Africa and the Middle East, discussion of the Holocaust has tended to take one of three forms. One is outright denial, favored by demagogues ranging from secular nationalists like Egypt’s Gamal Abdul Nasser, who 40 years ago said that “no person takes seriously the lie of the six million Jews that were murdered,” to religious radicals like Hizbullah’s Hassan Nasrallah, who once proclaimed that “Jews invented the legend of the Holocaust.” At the opposite end of the spectrum are what I call Holocaust glorifiers. These Hitler cheerleaders are best exemplified by the editorial writers at Egypt’s state-owned al-Akhbar newspaper, who have praised the Final Solution and only lamented the fact that the Nazis didn’t finish the job.