Proving that pure evil never dies, it just lays in wait:
Benjamin Kuperman, associate professor and chair of computer science at Oberlin College, and his wife reportedly heard tapping sounds outside their home early in the morning on Nov. 17. They opened the front door to discover smashed seashells and a note behind their mezuzah, a small case that contains parchment with verses from the Torah, which many Jews place on the door frames. The note read, in glued letters, “Gas Jews Die,” according to the local Chronicle-Telegram.
And in just three words, this jackass not only threatened a professor and his wife, he also voiced his support for the Holocaust. Should we try to “understand” where this person is coming from? Start up some kind of dialogue? Rationalize it away, speculate that he doesn’t really want anybody to come to harm, he’s just frustrated? No. We don’t have that luxury, and the Kupermans damned sure don’t have that luxury. It’s a hate crime, and should be treated as such, because such incidents are becoming more common: