The purpose of the exhibition was to highlight the supposed scientific progress made by Nazi doctors working in concentration camps.
Nasreen Khan also wrote that Jews “have reaped the rewards of playing victims” and that there are “worse people than Hitler in this world.”
“Some beggars argued that we were taking their freedom to live anywhere they want but we told them it was for their own good,” a city official said.
He also regretted that no U.S. president had “the courage to stand up and take on the Jewish lobby.”4
Although most people who read Yiddish today are from the Hasidic community, our goal is to attract Yiddish devotees of all stripes.
“No visitors complained about it. Most of our visitors are having fun because they know this is just an entertainment museum.”
Israel has been lobbying the U.S. and Russia to deny Iran and Hezbollah any permanent bases in Syria, and to keep them away from the Golan.
The exhibit “is a wake-up call, reminding us that in 2017, in view of recent events, it is more necessary now than ever before to have such a museum.”
After Schindler and his wife fled Europe in 1949, they began to receive letters from the Jewish employees of his factory.
Dutch prosecutors said that they would have ruled differently if Abdoe Khoulani was referring to Jews instead of Israelis.
Priti Patel had met with Israeli officials in Jerusalem and the Golan Heights—neither of which the UK recognizes as Israeli territory.
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