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Throughout history many countries
have separated people into “us” and “them”
by ethnicity, race, religion or nationality.
This continues even today.
Examples from the Nazi era are Aryan and Jew,
more recent genocides : city person and peasant in Cambodia,
more recent genocides : Hutu and Tutsi in Rwanda.
This is just an example of the 1,000,000 victims of the Rwandan genocide which lasted for 100 days in 1994.
Patrick Gashugi Shimirwa5 Fidele Ingabire9 Fabrice Cyemezo15 Yvonne Uwera5 Yves Mugisha3 David Mugirazneza10 Thierry Ishimwe9 Aurore Kirezi2 Francine Ingabire12 Organ Hubert Kirenga2 Ariane Umutoni4 Bernardin Kambanda17 Chantelle Kanyange8 Irene Umutoni6
This is a very small list of the 200,000+ victims of the Bosnian genocide which occurred from 1992-1995.
Munir Mustafic Fuad Hodzic Besim Hrustic Abdurahmanovic Mirzet Ahmetovic Hakija Alibasic Alija Cakanovic Irfan Cano Ramiz Husejnovic Sejdin Husic Ahmedin Ibrahimovic Ramo Izmirlic Hasib Kuduzovic Hasan Malcinovic Suljo Mehmedovic Rahman Mujcinovic Nezir Omanovic Ahmet Omanovic Dermin Osmanovic Hajdin Otanovic Feho Purkovic Dulo Purkovic Nutfet
This is a just a small amount of the 200,000-400,000 victims of the ongoing conflict in Darfur.
Amina Ishaq Ibrahim Adam Osman Abakar Barka Djounga Adam Cheik Terab Yaccoub Issa Haroun Ibrahim Abdelkarim Moussa Toul Allah Daoud Nour Issa Defala Adam Bakit Amad Jamar Yahya Adam
This is a just a short list of names of victims of the Cambodian genocide which resulted in over 1,000,000 deaths between 1975 and 1979.
Ben Chan Chuop Phal Chan Chhien Kim Phy San Chan Sary-Kim Sen Nguyen Kong Chan Tach Savann Nguyen Pho Chea San Nguyen Thi Pha
This is a just a short list of names of victims of the Holocaust which resulted in over 6,000,000 deaths between 1941 and 1945.
Benjamin Anderman Sara Obstbaum Elena Eiderman Felix Ephraim Jacob Tenenbaum Marie Cohen Ester Pirovicz Aron Faust Grisha Fudiman Jacob Goldman Rakhel Ezra
Never Shall I Forget By Elie Wiesel
Never shall I forget that night, the first night in camp, that turned my life into one long night seven times sealed.
Never shall I forget that smoke. Never shall I forget the small faces of the children whose bodies I saw transformed into smoke under a silent sky.
Never shall I forget those flames that consumed my faith for ever. Never shall I forget the nocturnal silence that deprived me for all eternity of the desire to live.
Never shall I forget those moments that murdered my God and my soul and turned my dreams to ashes.
Never shall I forget those things, even were I condemned to live as long as God Himself. Never.
We all have an opportunity to become part of The Legacy of Hope,
by listening to the voices of the past and using their hopes and memories to shape our lives.
Their words can make us: Become part of The Legacy of Hope Think about our own attitudes Think about our behaviour Help to inform our choices Respect one another
Help us to build a safer future together Inform the way we vote Think about the ways we interact with one another Celebrate the differences between us Their words can make us:
Throughout history many countries have separated people into “us” and “them”
Thought for the Week W/C 26 th January 2015 Holocaust Memorial Day.
Dachau Concentration Camp For the dead and the living, we must bear witness. -Elie Wiesel.
Notes on Night Study Guide. Night Study Guide Biography The story of a person's life, written by someone else. Autobiography The story of a person's life,
Thought for the Week W/C 25 th January 2016 Holocaust Memorial Day.
Journal 10/19: Responsibility Elie Wiesel writes in the Preface to the New Translation that he does not know the response to Auschwitz, but that “[he does]
By Jane Yolen. Jane Yolen- Born in February 11, 1939 in New York City. She is a poet/journalist/nonfiction writer. She later started writing childrens.
Nomorefearanguish WewouldliveamongJews, brothers.
Knowledge, light, life, destruction, death rebirth, transformation, love, health, control, the sun, divinity, passion, purification, inspiration, hell.
Elie Wiesel Holocaust Survivor, Best-selling author, Nobel Peace prize recipient, Fighter of indifference.
Age of Reason
DO NOW: Find and tally the number of times Elie Weisel has used the word “ Night ” so far in the novel. Mark this tally in your RED notebook.
On 27 th January 2010 it will be the 65 th anniversary.
Shoes on the Danube Promenade Budapest
By Elie Wiesel Night.
“The dark night of the soul”, is interpreted to suggest the darkness and terror of the nights that were experienced by many during the Holocaust. “Never.
NIGHT Elie Wiesel. CHAPTER ONE “I cried because…because something inside me felt the need to cry.” Arriving at camp. Jews behind barbed wire.
Action Lead “It’s dark in that awful way that allows you to make out objects but not the black spaces behind them. My breathing comes ragged from exertion.
--Chalk Talk-- Genocide Holocaust Crimes Against Humanity Define the following terms:
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