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International Farhud Day: author's back story

International Farhud Day: author's back story

An eyewitness account of the first International Farhud Day observance at the United Nations. Historical memory preserved of 1940s genocide in Iraq under the guidance of Nazi Germany and a leading Muslim cleric: Nazi roots of Muslim terror.

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The deadly fusion of Nazism and Arab nationalism

The deadly fusion of Nazism and Arab nationalism

During WW2, Nazi leaders encouraged the emergence of Arab nationalism that was paired with anti-Semitism. Arabs served in Hitler's armies, and Iraqi Arabs - with the blessing of the leading Muslim cleric of the region - engaged in a genocide of Jews.

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Want peace? Know Jesus Christ says Archbishop Sviatoslav

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Christians recall martyrdom of Juan Gerardi in Guatemala

Christians recall martyrdom of Juan Gerardi in Guatemala

Bishop Gerardi was a human rights activist who was savagely murdered 17 years ago after he published a report linking Guatemala's military to 250,000 deaths.

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Israel commemorates Armenian massacre by Turks

Israel President Reuven Rivlin, as did President Obama, refrained from calling the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turkey a 'genocide.'

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Remembering the Armenian Genocide

Remembering the Armenian Genocide

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Does Obama know how to spell genocide?

Does Obama know how to spell genocide?

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Pius XII and that other holocaust

Pius XII and that other holocaust

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Kitschy Eurovision contest goes political

Kitschy Eurovision contest goes political

Eurovision comes during the observances of the centenary of the Muslim genocide of 1.5 million Christians in Turkey.

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A father chooses life for his baby son

A father chooses life for his baby son

Infanticide is not the only option for children born with Down syndrome.

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Noted author Edwin Black schools students on the roots of racism

Noted author Edwin Black schools students on the roots of racism

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As Germany remembers victims of Nazi eugenics, America should remember its own

As Germany remembers victims of Nazi eugenics, America should remember its own

As recounted by author Edwin Black in his book 'War Against the Weak', the pseudo-scientific eugenics craze started in the United States and was taken to its logical terminus in the gas chambers and crematoria of Nazi Germany. We must vow 'Never again.'

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Pope Francis: Jews 'kept the faith' during the Holocaust

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Bearing false witness about Islam

Bearing false witness about Islam

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Hitlerland: book review

Hitlerland: book review

History is inevitable only in retrospect. American policy towards Hitler's Germany before and during the Second World War offers lessons Americans should heed.

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Nigeria: Ethnic tensions mar consecration of Catholic bishop

Nigeria: Ethnic tensions mar consecration of Catholic bishop

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Film-maker chronicles Holocaust connections of multinational I.G. Farben

Film-maker chronicles Holocaust connections of multinational I.G. Farben

The next time you take a Bayer aspirin for a headache, think about mass murder and genocide.

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Advances seen in pro-life agenda as rhetoric changes

Advances seen in pro-life agenda as rhetoric changes

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Catholic spokesman denies Vatican archives exonerate Turkey for Armenian genocide

Catholic spokesman denies Vatican archives exonerate Turkey for Armenian genocide

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Renowned author lectures in Las Vegas on U.S. corporate complicity in Holocaust

Renowned author lectures in Las Vegas on U.S. corporate complicity in Holocaust

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Edwin Black chronicles IBM deals with Nazi Germany

Edwin Black chronicles IBM deals with Nazi Germany

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Author Edwin Black lectures in Seattle on 'IBM and the Holocaust'

Author Edwin Black lectures in Seattle on 'IBM and the Holocaust'

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Muslim-Usthashe alliance aided Nazi genocide in WW2 Balkans

Muslim-Usthashe alliance aided Nazi genocide in WW2 Balkans

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Iran seeks the Apocalypse

Iran seeks the Apocalypse

In an interview about the re-release of 'IBM and the Holocaust', author Edwin Black offers analysis of Iran's aims in the Mideast.

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Justice for murdered Armenian journalist is Turkey's salvation

Justice for murdered Armenian journalist is Turkey's salvation

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Genocide-denial bill in France denounced by Turkey

Genocide-denial bill in France denounced by Turkey

Awaiting French president Sarkozy's signature is a bill outlawing the denial of the historicity of the Turkish genocide of Armenians almost 100 years ago. Turkey is hopping mad about it.

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Turkey's outrage over French bill outlawing denial of genocide

Turkey's outrage over French bill outlawing denial of genocide

A permanent rift between NATO allies France and Turkey over a bill awaiting President Sarkozy's signature that would outlaw the denial of the Armenian genocide at the hands of Ottoman Turks in the early 1900s.

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Turks in NYC protest recognition of Armenian genocide

Turks in NYC protest recognition of Armenian genocide

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Investigative author Edwin Black to give testimony on racist eugenics

Investigative author Edwin Black to give testimony on racist eugenics

Black has been called to testify to the Judiciary Committee of the US House of Representatives as it considers the Pre-Natal Non-Discrimination Act that would restrict abortion on the basis of race.

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Sudan's Islamist regime's genocide in South Sudan

Sudan's Islamist regime's genocide in South Sudan

Advocacy groups claim that Sudan is engaging in aerial bombardment and extermination project in South Sudan. Muslims and Christians are targetted.

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Conference cites moral courage needed to prevent future genocides

The history and inter-connections of various genocides will be examined in a San Diego conference.

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