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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scapegoat

A scapegoat is a person or animal which takes on the sins of others, or is unfairly blamed for ... The word 'scapegoat' is an English translation of the Hebrew azazel (Hebrew: עזאזל) which occurs in Leviticus 16:8. The lexicographer Gesenius ...

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Hitler and his Nazi party made use of anti-Jewish feelings that had existed for centuries in the German population. According to the NSDAP, Germany had lost  ...

www.jpost.com/Opinion/Anti-Semitism-2000-years-of-scapegoating-the-Jews-403959

May 24, 2015 ... The scapegoating of Jews has been a widespread phenomenon for over two thousand years.

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Perhaps the greatest two historic events that occurred in the twentieth-century were World War Two and the holocaust. Simplistic generalizations now allow one  ...

www.myjewishlearning.com/article/scapegoating

Blaming one another is a tempting human tendency. How much easier it is to place responsibility on another's shoulders than to accept responsibility for our ...

www.americanthinker.com/articles/2010/03/the_scapegoating_of_jews.html

Mar 28, 2010 ... Almost everyone uses scapegoats. It is in our fabric. The word "scapegoat" has come to mean a person, often innocent, who is blamed and ...

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In more desperate times, Jews became scapegoats for many problems people suffered. For example, they were blamed for causing the "Black Death," the ...

jewsforjesus.org/publications/issues/issues-v21-n01/the-ultimate-scapegoat

The idea of the scapegoat, however, is a biblical one. The term scapegoat is a translation of the Hebrew word Azazel. The Azazel was part of the Yom Kippur ...

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... today, means blaming someone else for our troubles. The scapegoat of Yom Kippur existed so that this kind of blame would never find a home in Jewish life.