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Durban II’s challenge to Elie Wiesel and us all

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By Rabbi Abraham Cooper

April 22, 2009 (UN Headquarters - Geneva, Switzerland) - In 1938, in Evian, on the French side of Lake Geneva, the world’s democracies convened a meeting to discuss the “Jewish Problem”. Turns out no one wanted Europe’s Jews. By 1945, 6 million Jews were dead, systematically murdered by the Nazi’s Final Solution. Hitler solved his problem.
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