Top 10 Reasons why People hate Jews

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6. Considered different

Considered different

People across different nations consider Jews to be different. They believe that Jews are completely different from other sections of people belonging to different religions as they dress up very differently, eat different kind of food, possess different habits from the rest of the world and use a different language and talk in a different way. But to think about it, isn’t each one of us different in our own way?

7. Scapegoats

Scapegoats

Since the Nazi movement began by Hitler, people have been using Jews just as scapegoats, or people to blame for everything. As Hitler had once addressed, Jews need to remain in isolation or killed as they are considered infectious. Jews were believed to be the root cause of problems in the world for whatever reason and thus people believed that they need to ousted as a population and eliminated from the world. Thus, Jews have always been classified as that section of people on whom others blame anything and everything for no factual reason.

8. Higher Values

Higher Values

Jews having higher morale and values is one of the excuses people all over the world give for hating and discriminating against the Jews. They are known to be the chosen ones by God and therefore stand for morality and moral responsibility is all situations known, which is disliked by people over the world because no one likes to be reminded to stay morally high, cultured and valued in life.

9. Stateless to Anti-Semitism

Stateless to Anti-Semitism

Jews were considered to be ‘stateless’ and a ‘rootless’ population as the Jewish people did not actually have a state of their own. They were addressed as parasites or capitalists to whichever state they migrated, and therefore were never liked due to their unknown origin and roots. Israel then later gave Jews their right, cultural freedom and politics indiscrimination. They were then stopped being called as ‘parasitic capitalists’ or ‘rootless cosmopolitans’, though the anti-Semitism continued as they were still tortured in many countries later.

10. Being over-smart

Being over-smart

One might want to think this point or fact in the context of its relevance to the Jews, as people think that Jews take themselves to be over smart and that the Jewish population thinks superior of them than any other section of people or religion. This might not actually hold true but can be dismissed of as a poor notion people have in their minds, as apparently Jews are considered inferior by Muslims who tag them as pigs and apes in some of their writings. But this widespread thought of Jews considering themselves to be over smart has led to this hatred towards them, which is completely built up and false.

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