LONDON, U.K.—The anti-Muslim pogrom in northeastern Delhi on Feb. 23 only killed 43 people, and a few of them weren’t even Muslims. But then on Kristallnacht (“The Night of Broken Glass”) in Germany in 1938, only 91 Jews were killed. It was still a Nazi declaration of war on the Jews, and a forewarning of the six million Jewish deaths to come.
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