posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 07:46 AM
How I Became A Jew
The (London) Spectator ran an article by Anthony Lipmann, who declared that "On this day I will think not just of the crematoria and the cattle
trucks but of Darfur, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Jenin, Fallujah.""This little band of 600 (holocaust survivors) has a terrible responsibility — to live
well in the name of those who did not live and to discourage the building of walls and bulldozing of villages. Even more than this, they — and all
Jews — need to be the voice of conscience that will prevent Israel from adopting the mantle of oppressor, and to reject the label ‘anti-Semite’
for those who speak out against Israel’s policies in the occupied territories."
The Spectator's Auschwitz-Jenin Parallel (registration
"On the anniversary of the liberation of German death
camps, The Spectator suggests an IDF-Nazi comparison."
How I Became A Jew (full article below)(no registration required)
Please Please Forward this brilliant truthful article by a refreshingly honest holocaust survivor to everyone you know.