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Benedict XVI: Never again the violence, never again the Shoah

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Benedict XVI: "In these days in which we remember the Shoah, I return to the memory of the images seen at Auschwitz, one of the concentration camps where millions of Jews were massacred, innocent victims of a radical and religious, blind hatred. While I renew with sentiment the expression of my full and unquestionable solidarity with our chosen Brothers of the First Covenant, I hope that the memory of the Shoah causes humanity to reflect on the unpredictable power of evil when it conquers the heart of man. The Shoah is for all a warning against forgetfulness, denial or reductionism, because violence done against one human being is violence against all. No man is an island, a famous poet wrote. T ...


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