The myth and hateful stereotype of the “Jewish nose” has persisted for centuries. From medieval Christian art to Nazi propaganda imagery, Jews have been portrayed as ugly, demonic and dehumanized, complete with exaggerated noses.
While some Jews may share similar characteristics, this is a dangerous and often harmful rhetoric that has no basis in reality.

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