The Netherlands apologized to the Jews for sending them to the Nazis



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The Netherlands apologized to the Jews for sending them to the Nazis



THE NETHERLANDS Prime Minister apologized for the first time on behalf of the government for the persecution of Jews in the Netherlands in time II. World War II, German Foreign Minister warned that Jews would “go” massively to strengthen anti-Semitism in Europe.

“Today, while the last survivors are still among us, I apologize on behalf of the government for the actions of the then authorities,” said Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte.



He apologized on the occasion of the state commemoration for the victims of the Holocaust on the eve of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi Auschwitz camp, which was liberated on January 27, 1945 by the Red Army.

This is the first time the government has apologized for persecuting Jews in the Netherlands and for their mass deportation to death camps. Of the 140,000 Jews in the country, 102,000 did not survive.

“We must take action as soon as possible (to prevent) the massive departure of Jews from Germany,” German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas wrote in a comment to Spiegel.

Every other Jew in Germany is considering leaving, he noted, adding that German Jews suffer attacks and insults every day.

The fight against anti-Semitism will be Germany's main task, which will take over the presidency of the European Union in July and the presidency of the Council of Europe in November, he said.

The Jewish community and Jewish places must be better protected “everywhere in Europe,” he said, announcing that Germany would pay the OSCE (European Organization for Security and Co-operation) 500,000 euros in 2020.

The head of the German Chief Jewish Council, Josef Schuster, warned in a separate statement that the German consensus on Nazi atrocities was “on fire” at this time.

Pope Francis: Say Never Again to the Holocaust

Pope Francis urged Catholics on Sunday to say “never again to the Holocaust” ahead of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi Auschwitz camp.

“Indifference is intolerable in the face of this enormous tragedy, this atrocity, and memory is a duty. Tomorrow we are all called to pause for a moment in prayer and reflection, and for each of us to say from our heart, 'Never again, never again,'” he said.

More than a million people, mostly Jews, were killed in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp during World War II.

A total of about 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust.

Anti-Semitism is growing in Europe and the United States, and the Pope spoke last week of the “barbaric revival” of anti-Semitism.

The Netherlands apologized to the Jews for sending them to the Nazis

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