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Jews fast to show God that they are sorry for their sins and to ask for forgiveness. Should the prisoners in the Holocaust fast? list three reason.

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  1. Oh, my!

    What sins could the Jews possibly have been committing during the Holocaust?

    Why should the be forgiven since they were victims of this horrific genocide?

    They were already fasting since their food rations were almost nonexistent.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. hell no.

    The jews were being persecuted for no reason. they didn't have any food, so fasting was technically normal anyway.

    there is no reason to fast.

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