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Ynetnews Jewish Scene - Roma and Sinti victims of Nazis remembered at Auschwitz


Ynetnews Jewish Scene - Roma and Sinti victims of Nazis remembered at Auschwitz: "We need solidarity all the more. Especially us Roma, who have never started any war but are the victims of each of them," he said in a speech to those gathered, according to details provided by the Auschwitz museum. "With all my heart I thank all of those who are not Roma for choosing to be here with us today, to honor the memory of our murdered brothers. They were also your brothers."

A letter from Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo was read out in which she spoke of the duty to remember what "hatred and the rejection of humanity" can lead to.

The head of Poland's Jewish community, Leszek Piszewski, said his community joins the Roma in their suffering and expressed concern that the world is forgetting about the lessons of World War II.

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