The Holocaust

The Holocaust, the systematic, bureaucratic extermination of an entire people, men, women, children, and suckling infants solely because of the identity and belief of their grandparents, defies explanation.

The facts may be recounted, 
but can never be fully understood. 

Questions may be posed, but answers . . .
should not be expected-
responses, perhaps,
but not answers.

What is it in the human nature, that allows genocide to happen again and again?

The Holocaust does not belong to the Jews.

“…To build a wall now between non-Jews and the Holocaust is only to confirm the wall that the Nazis build and which much of the world then accepted.”

The Holocaust is a human catastrophe.
The Holocaust is the death of human morality.
The indifference to the Holocaust is the death of democracy.

“Only human beings can move me to despair; but only human beings can remove me from despair.”

Elie Wiesel

“First they came for the Jews, and I did not speak up, because I was not a Jew…
Then they came for the Liberals, and I did not speak up, for I was not a Liberal…
Then they came for the Communists, and I did not speak up, for I was a Communist…
Then they came for the Catholics, and I did not speak up because I was Protestant…
Then they came for me, by that time, there was no one left to speak up.

Martin Niemoller
German Philosopher

 The 4-volume Holocaust books in Farsi received, Association of Jewish Libraries, Honorable Mention Reference Book of the Year 2013. 
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