Brussels, Wednesday, January 25, 2023–On the 78th anniversary of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, European Jewish Congress president Ariel Muzicant expressed his deep concern the critical lessons of the Holocaust are being forgotten.
“In today’s dangerous political climate where uncertainty and despair cloud our horizon, we need to continue fighting against those that threaten democracy and human rights,” Muzicant said. “We must not lose our determination to fight these forces, because if we refuse to fight, hatred and intolerance will prevail.”
“This year, as we also mark the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, those heroes and their ultimate sacrifice must be an inspiration to us all. Their legacy directs us to continue the fight against those who once again are challenging our societies with their discrimination, racism and anti-Semitism.”
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