MOROCCO, FEBRUARY 2nd – “We are gathered at the Hassan II Pavilion in Seville. It is the uncollapseable, indestructible and universal of the world that each of us, for generations to come. It is so that he or she can reaffirm his or her commitment to preserving and prolonging the memory of the Holocaust,” said André Azoulay, Advisor to His Majesty the King and current President of the Three Cultures and Three Religions Foundation. rice field.
During the annual memorial service hosted by the Foundation to mark International Holocaust Day, Azoulay emphasized “the importance of the Holocaust in human history.” Azoulay said, “Members of the Andalusian government, the president of the Andalusian parliament, the Jewish, Muslim and Christian communities and, for the first time, more than 50 students, sentinels, across generations, without concessions or compromises, have been able to end the Holocaust.” We are dedicated and careful to ensure the transmission of memories.”
Welcoming the presence and testimony of Robert Wolfberg, one of the last survivors of the Holocaust, the Royal Counselor asked the audience to appreciate the words of King Mohammed VI in his historic message of 18 March 2009. called to do so. Tell the international community that “his reading of the Holocaust is not a reading of amnesia, but of the memorial scars inscribed in one of the most painful chapters of the pantheon of world heritage.”
These words of the Commander of All Believer Believers, pronounced in Islamic countries, echo here and in Seville today in the Andalusian light of all possibilities, and the ethical and moral morality that Morocco possesses. , which conveys the political contours to all who were chosen to identify the words,” emphasized André Azoulay at the end.
“The Holocaust was the result of thousands of years of hatred and discrimination against Jews that we today call anti-Semitism,” recalled Antonio Sanz, minister of the Andalusian Autonomous Government’s presidential office.
“History continues to move forward, but anti-Semitism continues to recur. We must remain vigilant.” ”
“Social cohesion needs to be strengthened so that people feel that diversity is an asset, not a threat,” the Andalusian leader noted.
Those who forget its history are condemned to repeat it, so it is best to practice memory to honor all those who died as victims of Nazi atrocities during World War II. said Jesús Aguirre, president of the Andalusian parliament.
“We all have a duty to condemn all forms of violence based on belief, ethnicity, ideology, or sexual status. Let’s not turn our backs on those who had the strength to live through those moments.”
“To prevent situations like this from happening again anywhere in the world today, we have to start with education,” he concluded.
Among those present at the ceremony were the representative of the Government of Andalusia, Ricardo Sánchez Antunes, the Consul General of Morocco in Seville, Sidi Sidi Abba, the spokeswoman of the Israeli Embassy in Madrid, Noah Hakim, the Deputy Minister of the Presidential Office of Andalusia Thomas Burgos of the Government, Isaac Benzaken, President of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Spain, Jaime Moreno, Director of the Centro Separad Israel, Khalid Niet, President of the Seville Mosque Foundation, Gabriel, Ecumenical Representative of the Archdiocese of Seville・As Sanchez.
MAP : February 2, 2023
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