Another example of the Jew-identification problem
When Englin sat, Hargrove reached over and softly patted Englin on the arm. Then, Hargrove rose to speak and, looking down at his seatmate, said, "I didn't even know you were Jewish, I had no idea of what your religion, (and) I don't care what your religion is."
A related post on this blog is here.
Labels: Holocaust revisionism (2 of 2)