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The birthplace of Holocaust survivor Wiesel vandals

BUCHAREST – Strangers in the Romanian village of Sighetul Marmaţiei, the birthplace of nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel with anti-semitic slogans were plastered. In fluorescent pink letters they wrote, inter alia, that the “Nazi-jew” Wiesel “in hell along with Hitler.”

Elie Wiesel on the archive view.

The Elie Wiesel Institute in Bucharest mentions on his website is a mess “is an attack against the memory of Elie Wiesel and all the victims of the Holocaust.”

The 2016 death became a writer in 1944 with his family were deported to Auschwitz, where his mother and sister perished. His father died in Buchenwald. In 1986, received Wiesel the Nobel peace prize for his commitment to human rights.

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