Holocaust free speech v. hate speech?

There was a bill backed recently that would forbid the use of the term Nazi or anything associated with the Holocaust in Israel. This reminded me of the lessons I learned from writing the, “What are Holocaust humor’s limits?” article, and decided to write a Jpost post connecting the two. You agree with my assessment? Let me know what you think! I’m very curious to get others’ reactions.

Ultra-Orthodox protestors; Photo by Marc Sellem

Hipster Hitler comic with T-shirt

2 thoughts on “Holocaust free speech v. hate speech?

  1. I write a leave a response when I like a post on a site or if I have something
    to valuable to contribute to the discussion. Usually it’s triggered by the fire displayed in the post I looked at.
    And on this article Holocaust free speech v. hate speech?

    | Laura Rosbrow. I was excited enough to drop a thought 😉 I actually
    do have 2 questions for you if you don’t mind. Could it be only me or do some of the remarks appear like they are left by brain dead individuals?
    😛 And, if you are posting on other sites, I would like to keep up with
    you. Would you make a list all of your public sites like
    your Facebook page, twitter feed, or linkedin profile?

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