Tuesday, November 02, 2004

A Moslem 'Righteous Gentile' commemorated at the US Holocaust Museum

Every 'Righteous Gentile' deserves our remembrance. Read this story of the Turkish diplomat who saved 42 Jews in the Greek island of Rhodes during WW2. It cost his wife and his mother their lives. His son - now a UN official in Geneva - commemorates his father in a ceremony at the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC. May the memory of Selahattin Ulkumen be for a blessing.

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