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Holocaust Remembrance

"Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it". The term "Holocaust" which originally referred to the genocide of European Jewry by the German beasts, has now been appropriated by the rest of the world to cover minor outbreaks of genocide. Remembering the Holocaust may be of some use but it can also remind the extreme right what crimes can be committed with impunity.

In so far as the Jews are concerned, remembering offers no remedy. Racial and religious anti-Semitism are merely on the back burner because no proper punishment was meted out to our enemies for their previous crimes. But where can we find our enemies now? All those who say the Holocaust did not take place, all those who say Hitler was right, all those who say "Kill the Jews" should be punished as if they had committed the Holocaust themselves.










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