In September 1941, a group of villagers wielding axes and other tools descended upon the homes of their Jewish neighbors and murdered every last one, according to testimonies gathered by Holocaust scholars. Click here for the rest of the article…

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Polish Jews Split Over Exhuming Nazi Massacre Victims

Behind the Ukraine crisis is a revision of World War II history that seeks to honor eastern European collaborators with Hitler and the Holocaust by repackaging these rightists as anti-Soviet heroes, a reality shielded from the U.S.

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The Hushed-Up Hitler Factor in Ukraine

WASHINGTON: At a press conference last Thursday, Ed Henry of Fox News asked White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest a straightforward question about President Barack Obama’s decision to authorise force against the Islamic State: “Is preventing a genocide in America’s core interests?”

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The American lie about genocide – Newspaper – DAWN.COM

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called the Nazi Holocaust “the most heinous crime” against humanity in modern times, in an apparent bid to build bridges with Israel days after troubled peace talks collapsed.

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Abbas calls Holocaust the ‘most heinous crime’ against humanity

» For Yad Vashem, Abbas' statement “might signal a change, and we expect it will be reflected in PA websites, curricula and discourse;” however, for Israeli PM Netanyahu, it is only damage control.

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04/28/2014 13:11 ISRAEL – PALESTINE Israel responds cautiously to Abbas' condemnation of the Holocaust

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has called the Holocaust “the most heinous crime” of modern history, in a rare acknowledgement of Jewish suffering shortly before Israel's annual memorial for victims of the Nazi genocide.

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Abbas condemns 'heinous' Holocaust

Mahmoud Abbas's comment led Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu to urge him to end his reconciliation with rival Palestinian group, Hamas.

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Holocaust was 'most heinous crime against humanity', says Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas

Palestinian president’s comments seen as bid to ease tensions after collapse of peace talks

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Holocaust ‘most heinous crime’ in modern era

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JERUSALEM – The Palestinian president on Sunday called the Holocaust “the most heinous crime” of modern history, voicing a rare acknowledgment of Jewish suffering shortly before Israel held its annual memorial for victims of the Nazi genocide. President Mahmoud Abbas' announcement appeared to be aimed at reaching out to Israeli public opinion at a time of deep crisis in U.S.-backed peace efforts …

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Abbas, in rare acknowledgment, calls Holocaust 'most heinous crime' of modern history

Abbas' statement comes as the latest U.S. attempt to broker a peace deal is on the verge of collapse.

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