German Catholic Church Confesses It ‘Was Complicit’ in WWII by Not Opposing Nazi Regime

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Sputniknews - 3/5/2020 The news comes two months after the Vatican opened its archives on Pope Pius XII, who led the Catholic Church from 1939 to 1958 and has been subject to harsh criticism due to his stance on the Holocaust and the Nazi regime in general. The council of Catholic bishops in Germany has confessed that ...

A DAVID & GOLIATH STORY IN IRAQ: An Interview with Filmmaker David Ritter

Aslan Murad Vartanian (left) with members of the Havresc militia.

Lucine Kasbarian - OCP News Service - 20/12/16 The Iraqi village of Havresc (originally called “Hay Vrej,” the Armenian words for “revenge through survival”) was once populated with Armenian Genocide survivors and their descendants. Circa 1970, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s military destroyed villages, such as Havresc, that were minority strongholds, and pushed their inhabitants into cities in ...

Fading memory of the Serbian genocide

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May-June 2015 - http://www.ebritic.com/ - Danka Kojadinovic “….whenever memory fades, it means that evil allows wounds to fester,” Pope Frances  in St Peter’s Basilica/ April 2015./ Also Read - An Open Letter to Pope Francis William Dorich Writes open Letter to Pope Francis on the role of Vatican in Balkan Genocide: April 2015 was marked by the anniversaries of the Armenian[1] and  ...

Crowdfunding campaign launched for short film on WWII Jews of Zakynthos

2/8/13 The Chicago-based nonprofit Greek America Foundation is looking for backers for a film project focusing on a small community of Jews from the Ionian island of Zakynthos who survived the Holocaust intact, running a campaign on the Indiegogo forum, which allows members of the public to contribute toward the production of projects with donations of ...

A rally “For Serbian Kosovo” in Bialystok

February 2013 – Poland On 26 February in Bialystok was a day of solidarity with Orthodox Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija. Kosovo is now occupied by Albanians who, five years ago, pronounced the independence of Kosovo trying to tear it away from Serbia and create new Albania. The day started with a liturgy and prayers for the ...

Russia to help Kosovo restore Orthodox shrines

11/2/13 Russia is planning to allocate money on restoration of Orthodox Christian historic monuments in Kosovo. This was announced by a member of the Russian parliament’s lower house’s Committee for Foreign Affairs Alexander Karelin. Earlier, Russia has already allocated $ 2 mln for this purpose through UNESCO. In January 2013, more than 150 Serbian graves were vandalized in Kosovo. ...

Bulgaria’s president opens exhibit on country’s WWII defense of Jews

By Matt Lebovic 29/9/2012 After a stop at the UN General Assembly, Rosen Plevneliev speaks at launch event at Boston University’s Hillel Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev told a Boston audience Thursday evening about the long-standing affinity between his country and the Jewish people, including the State of Israel. Plevneliev’s visit to America’s so-called “cradle of liberty” followed his participation ...