[This is from 2017, but still relevant. Why did the Jews get to stick their noses into this stuff relating to the confederates? Jan]
ABC (WFAA8) — It may have sparked from debate over removing Confederate statues, but the hate in Charlottesville, Virginia, was shared.
“What this weekend shows is it’s not over,” said attorney Brian Lidji.
Lidji is Jewish, born and raised in Dallas, and watched as men in Virginia last weekend waved flags that flew when Nazis worked to eliminate his race. WFAA spoke at the city’s Holocaust Museum and Center for Education and Tolerance, where he serves on the board, about perspective.
“Lee Park was a very fun park to go to when I was growing up,” he said. “I never associated it with anything ugly, but if one day I went there, and there was a statue of Adolf Hitler, I would say a picnic wouldn’t be quite as much fun or relaxing.” […]