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Echoes of the Nazi

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The Jewish people who were once the victims of one of the unforgettable event in human history, the holocaust.
Briefly about the holocaust and why it was a major human tragedy.
Nazi actions
Brief about Gaza, some statistics of populations
Brief about the current event kickstarters
How did it start?
The three kidnapped youth, hebron? Hamas didn't adapt it.
Abu Kheider
General violence?
International Activists.
News coverage - ABC
Strikes on Gaza
Military power comparison, israel vs hamas.
Naom Chomsky, this isn't a war, this is a murder.
Former IDF
Son of General IDF
Hopeless region, occupation is one of the reasons.
And what if its based on fabrications


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