In Germany, five days before the election of 1933 at the night of February 27, the parliament building, Reichstag, was set ablaze by Nazis. With out investigating the incident Adolf Hitler blamed it on communists. A terrible hunt for ‘culprit' was followed under the official patronage in connivance with the higher class which comprises bossiness men and media. Thousands of communists were arrested, tortured and executed for the crime they didn't commit. Thus the Reichstag fire marked the symbolic death of German democracy.
By Alan Hart The following is the text of Alan Hart's address to the Annual Nakba Commemoration Dinner, Dearborn, on 15 May 2010.
I'm delighted to be with you on this most significant anniversary, and I want to begin with a very simple statement: In my view Nakba Denial - the denial by all supporters of Israel right or wrong of Zionist ethnic cleansing - is as obscene and as evil, repeat EVIL, as denial of the Nazi holocaust.
A huge census operation has begun in India. Normally census provides information regarding social and economical conditions of the people of a country and helps to achieve improvement in these fields. British had no such purpose when they begin census in our country in 1873.