In the article by The Times of Israel, they highlight that "invoking Hitler and Nazi Germany, they warn, often serves to revive a familiar and unwelcome line of argument.
" The use of such comparisons risks trivializing the atrocities committed during Nazi Germany's rule, making it difficult to contextualize current crises.
In contrast, The Independent report follows the same theme, while adding an additional perspective, contextualising the current defamation of religion and its impact on people's lives.
Similarly, The Hill echoes the same warnings, but they provide further comment from University of Southern California history professor Mary Murphy, explaining that overusing Nazi references often causes "people to start tuning it out… people do not actually process the message that we need them to process."
Overall, all sources agree that world leaders should be cautious when making such comments, as not only they risk undermining historical facts, but also the message they aim to convey.