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    • Mehr Kalami
    • 08.10.09 | 16:57 (IST)

    Shalom to all! Just a few words to those who deny the assault on mankind; intentional and deliberate and planned murder of human beings. Death as a result of War and Conflicts is one subject and planned extermination of mankind is another. There is a very distinct difference. Perhaps seven times the number of planned murder may have died as a result of World War Two. But the systematic murder of six millions; not counting the hundreds of thousands on Russian Soil as the Nazi war machine swept forward, the hundreds of thousands in Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and in present day Ukraine and Belarus is a point reflecting the abyyssal evil mankind can perpetrate against mankind. Those denying this assault against mankind and civilization are asked one simple question: Can you please tell me what were such places erected for; places like: Auschwitz,Buchenwald, Bergen Belsen, Sobibor, Dachau, Flossenburg, Ravensbruck and at least two dozen more places. What were they? Sincerely, Mehr

    from the article: Ahmadinejad, Netanyahu and the Holocaust: The ethics of memory
    First published 15:46 07.10.09 | Last updated 16:12 13.11.09
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