anti-Semitism Aushwitz Poland Vandalism


Trying to erase the memory
of 6 million murdered Jews?
The Tundra Tabloids reported yesterday about the picture of murdered, Ilan Halimi (by Islamic butchers) being used at an online Muslim dating service. Now the memory of the butchered Jews at Auschwitz during WWII, is being desecrated by the stealing of the iron sign that rested above the gateway that some 1.5 million Jews traveled through on to their deaths at the hands of the National Socialists of Germany. Sick, absolutely sick. KGS

Infamous iron sign over gate to Auschwitz memorial site with cynical phrase ‘Work Sets You Free’ unscrewed, pulled off

Thieves on Friday stole the notorious metal sign hanging over the entrance of the former Nazi death camp of Auschwitz that reads “Arbeit macht frei” (“Work makes free”), police said.
Some 1.5 million people, mostly Jews, perished in the Nazi death camp located in southern Poland during World War Two. Prisoners arriving at the camp used to enter via a relatively small iron gate topped by the German-language motto.
More than 200 hectares (500 acres) of the former death camp became a museum after the war ended.
“Around 5 am today the museum administration informed us that the sign has been stolen. The whole area is under surveillance, there are many cameras there. We are now analyzing the film. I hope we will find the trail,” a spokesman for the local police told TVP Info television.
The daily Gazeta Wyborcza said on its website that the museum authorities had already installed a replica sign over the gate that had been used briefly a few years ago when the original was being repaired.
“This (theft) is very saddening,” Gazeta Wyborcza quoted Jaroslaw Mensfelt, the museum’s spokesman, as saying.
“The thieves either didn’t know where they were or — what’s even worse — they did know but that didn’t prevent them from stealing.”

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