The video includes lines such as “Let’s make soap,” referring to the soap made from Jews at Nazi death camps.
By United with Israel Staff
Students in northwest Argentina who created a music video featuring cool, singing Nazis received nine points out of ten from the teacher, who was subsequently fired, JTA reported.
The video, widespread on social media, is a parody of the song “Barbie Girl” by Danish-Norwegian pop group Acqua and features a girl singing, “I’m a Nazi girl in a Nazi world.”
The video includes the humiliation of Jews and other minorities as well as lines such as “Let’s make soap,” referring to the soap made from Jews at Nazi death camps.
The students are from the Escuela Modelo of San Juan (Model School) whose website claims, “We mold people with integrity, solidarity and entrepreneurship,” according to JTA.
In a statement released on Saturday, the school expressed apologies to a representative of the local Jewish Community Center and to other groups targeted in the video, JTA said. The teacher was fired, according to media reports.
— Canal 13 San Juan TV (@sanjuantv) November 22, 2019
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