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UN Human Rights Chief Says Islamist Militants Think Like Nazis

The first U.N. human rights chief who is an Arab and a Muslim on Thursday also became the first person in that position to visit the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. As part of his first official visit to the United States, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein gave a speech about preventing atrocities. He said all people “must learn” about the Holocaust and ask themselves “why so many ordinary people could kill so easily, feeling no guilt whatsoever.” The Jordanian prince, whose formal...

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