SCHINDLER's LIST : In Tribute to the Abandoned Children of Syria

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SCHINDLER's LIST : In Tribute to the Abandoned Children of Syria
by Darius Kadivar
23-Jun-2012
 

Who would have thought that 67 years after the Nuremburg Trials individuals accused of génocide would still get away with it be it in Rwanda, Ex Yougoslavia and today in Syria.


Shame on the so called « civilized world » and « moral majority » for sitting idle as we witness the type of crimes being committed on a daily basis and still asking for more evidence in order to take concrete steps to stop it !


WANTED: Did Nazi Criminal Alois Brunner train Syria’s Security Forces ?

 

In the meantime I hope you Diaspora Iranians can survive without your IPads … 

http://iranian.com/main/2012/jun/are-iranians-banned-buying-ipads

 

 

 

Sigh …

 

 

Darius KADIVAR

 

2012-06-23

 

Paris, France

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DAYS OF INFAMY

 

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Schindlers List The Girl in Red :

 

 

 

Latest Horrors from the Syrian ‘Front’ :

 

 

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WHY HISTORY MATTERS !



 

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Jan Karski (24 April 1914 – 13 July 2000) was a Polish World War II resistance movement fighter and later professor atGeorgetown University. In 1942 and 1943 Karski reported to the Polish government in exile and the Western Allies on the situation in German-occupied Poland, especially the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, and the secretive Naziextermination camps. (More Here)

 

Jan Karski's emotional testiomony for Claude Lanzmann's in "Shoah" :


Children of Tehran :



Polish Refugees Arrive in Iran (Persia) during WWII after their exode from Poland invaded by Nazi Germany. Amongst them were also Jews and Gypsies who were threatened by the Nazi Purification policy.


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JUDGMENT DAY WILL COME ! … AND NOT JUST FOR THE CRIMINALS

 

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Scene from Judgment at Nuremberg :

Recommended Reading:

Iranian Diaspora Intelligentsia Unite Against Islamic Republic's Holocaust Revisionism By Darius KADIVAR

Related pictory :

LET THE CHILDREN IN: Princess Ashraf visits Kurdish refugee camp Iran-Iraq border (1974)

HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY:Polish refugees leave Tehran station for Palestine (1944)

pictory: "Poles Flee To Persia", WWII News Reel (1943)

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