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"The unseen Holocaust" (WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO CONTENT!)
« on: April 08, 2014, 07:22:22 AM »

April 7, 2014 • Lisa Michelle • 2 Comments   

Sowhat does a Holocaust documentary like this have to do with Islam? That's for you to decide — but with one fundamental reminder and thought: If history has taught us a thing, it's taught us we don't seem to learn a thing. We continue to repeat the mistakes of the past. The players might change, but the human condition, with the enormous capacity and tendency to do as much good as barbarous acts, has not. We must always remain hyper-vigilant of ourselves and the past, so that never again means never again, no matter who the players might be . . .

Overview: Documentary shedding further light on reports that the Nazis' systematic genocide against Jewish Europeans was even more widespread than initially thought. Drawing evidence from a film archive found in a Russian vault and diary extracts written by people on both sides of the conflict, the programme suggests that German police occupying Stalin's territories killed more than one million Soviet Jews before the Holocaust was even thought to have begun.
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