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On Xinjiang, even those wary of Holocaust comparisons are reaching for the word “genocide”

Academics and Holocaust experts are shifting toward a new recognition of the gravity of China’s human rights abuses against the Uyghurs.

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Auschwitz Museum Says Preserved Historic Site Is Different From Statues Honoring Controversial Figures

(JTA) — The Auschwitz Memorial and Museum waded into the current debate over tearing down statues of historical figures, noting that there’s a difference between preserving a historic site and statues meant to honor historic figures. “We can see a lot of ‘Auschwitz’ mentions recently,” the museum tweeted on Sunday. “Remember that a preserved historic […]

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