Jewish Question/JQ

The "Jewish question" is an idea that began circulating in the 1800s. Some European writers, philosophers and theologians claimed that Jewish presence in society was a problem that needed to be solved. The Holocaust was the result of the Nazi party's effort to achieve what it referred to as the "final solution to the Jewish question." Modern antisemites use the phrase and it's abbreviation "JQ" to state their antisemitic bonafides and to indicate they're aware of the problem as it persists today, according to them.

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