Sunday, March 3, 2019

An Effort Is Being Made to Preserve Europe's Jewish Cemeteries to Combat Holocaust Denial

(RECA, Slovakia) — A private organization that wants to preserve thousands of old Jewish cemeteries in Europe is using aerial drones to map burial sites in countries where the Holocaust decimated Jewish populations that existed before World War II.

The European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative said Tuesday that teams of drone operators plan to survey 1,500 endangered Jewish cemeteries in Slovakia, Greece, Moldova, Lithuania and Ukraine this year. Once the boundaries are recorded, the sites will be enclosed and cleaned, the Germany-based organization said.

The European Union is funding the effort with an 800,000-euro grant ($911,100) at a time of rising alarm over anti-Semitic acts in some countries. This month, swastikas were painted on about 80 gravestones at a Jewish cemetery in France, and vandals damaged windows, sinks and a prominent headstone at a Jewish cemetery in northwestern England.

1 comment:

INCOMING!!!!!!! said...

" the boundaries are recorded, the sites will be enclosed and cleaned," stick that through the babelbolloxphish and it comes out as " are going to pay for a shed load more land in other people's countries to be stolen and we'll decide how much so go pfukkyourselves.." khaants!!!