The Nuremberg Laws of Nazi Germany (no connection to the Nuremberg trials after WWII) were racial laws.
According to an article by Dr. Michael Berenbaum for JewishJournal.com on September 2, 2010, "Two laws promulgated at the annual Nazi party rally in Nuremberg on September 15, 1935—the Law for the Protection of German Blood and the Reich Citizenship Law—became the centerpiece of Hitler’s anti-Jewish legislation."
A copy of the racist Nuremberg Laws signed by Adolph Hitler was illegally taken by General George Patton and given to the Huntington Library, where it was stored in a safe for decades.
Recently this document was given to the National Archives.
You can read the article here:
The Nuremberg Laws limited citizenship in the Reich to those of “German or kindred blood.”
Nazi Germany was an Aryan state, just as Israel is a Jewish state. Liberty and justice for all was unknown--civil rights were based on race.
Those who support Israel often claim that comparisons of Israel with Nazi Germany are anti-Semitic.
But to the extent that Israel patterns its laws upon those of Nazi Germany, such comparisons are not only fair, but inevitable.
A so-called "conversion law" that is likely to be considered by the Israeli Knesset in January, would strengthen the similarity of Israeli law with Nazi law.
The Nuremberg Laws deserve more scrutiny by everyone concerned with democracy.
To the extent that Israel's laws resemble the Nuremberg laws, it is the government of Israel that is anti-Semitic and desecrating the memory of the Holocaust.
From this perspective, it is the Israeli government that could reasonably be described as self-hating Jews.