Month: January 2019

Remembering the millions: the dangers that lurk in hate-speech and in undermining democracy

28 January 2019 By Paul Martin

PARIS – Speakers at United Nations headquarters in New York and at a Holocaust commemoration facebooked worldwide from the headquarters of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) denounced signs of increased hate-speech against ethnic groups worldwide and the undermining of democratic tolerant values.

Auschwitz child and five adults laid to rest after 74 years

26 January 2019 By Paul Martin

BUSHEY, NEAR LONDON – Ashes and some small bone fragments of a child and five adults murdered by the Nazis were finally laid to rest in a Jewish cemetery near London today.   The Imperial War Museum handed the human remains to Britain’s Chief Rabbi on Wednesday, after finding them among a collection of items from […]