by Edwin Black
It's split the Mennonites and ended in a lawsuit protesting a Kansas law that bans discrimination against Israel.
Decades after officials worried they might be sheltering the infamous Nazi doctor Joseph Mengele, members of the Mennonite sect in Paraguay are coming to terms with their historical ties with the Third Reich.
SOURCE: Princeton University Press Blog
by Benjamin W. Goossen
There is no better way to turn a religious minority against a nation than by maligning, detaining, and excluding them.
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