The Holocaust scam continues to be the #1 identity factor for American Jews

By Carolyn Yeager

ACCORDING TO THE LATEST PEW RESEARCH SURVEY of American Jews since 2013, the just-released “Jewish Identity in the United States 2020” survey, 76% of all U.S. Jews say that remembering the Holocaust is essential to their Jewish identity. That is the highest of all reasons, more than consider it as being a member of the Jewish religion – Judaism – which rated 72%.

Trailing that, 59% selected “working for justice and equality in society”, 56% “being intellectually curious”, with only 51% choosing “continuing family traditions.”

The observance of Jewish law – halaka – was most important only to Orthodox Jews, 83% of whom deemed it essential. Among all Jews, the number was just 15%. Only 20% consider eating traditional Jewish foods to be essential to their Jewish identity. Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager

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