Among the most exciting moments in this process of Redemption is watching the pieces come together. Anyone can do this. (You don't have to be a prophet!) Just by being an observer of the human scene,...current events, talk radio, internet news and daily experiences,--all this can be eye-opening about how the Rebbe's prophecy is being fulfilled.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Survivors Demand French Railroad Confess to Role in Holocaust

Yes, for the world to be ready for the Redemption, the nations need to apologize to the Jewish people for the Holocaust.

Law firm takes Holocaust case to Congress

"France's national railway, SNCF, transported more than 75,000 individuals to death camps while the country was occupied during World War II. Since 2000, survivors in the United States have fought for the company to acknowledge and pay reparations for its actions during the war by challenging it in federal courts. "

By Amanda Becker
Monday, February 14, 2011
When a bipartisan group of Maryland lawmakers introduced a bill last week requiring companies that bid on commuter rail contracts to disclose whether they once transported victims to Nazi concentration camps, it was a small victory for survivors who for more than a decade have tried to hold a French railway accountable for its role in the Holocaust.
It was also a victory for a group of attorneys and policy professionals at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, which for five years has represented more than 600 survivors and their family members in the courts, state legislatures and on Capitol Hill. As many as 30 people at the firm have been involved in the case, putting in roughly 1,300 hours in 2010 alone. (The Baltimore law offices of Duane Morris have also offered assistance.)
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Holocaust Survivors: France's Train Company Owes Us 'Blood Money'

Jan 26, 2011 – 3:56 PM 
Dana KennedyContributor
NICE, France -- Some survivors of the French trains used to deport 76,000 Jews to the death camps during World War II are angry about what was billed this week as the first public apology to them by the SNCF, France's national railway company.

They believe that SNCF President Guillaume Pepy did not take true responsibility for the train company's role in Jewish deportations when he spoke at a ceremony Tuesday.

French SNCF president Guillaume Pepy (C) gestures near Bobigny's mayor Sylla Grinberg (R) during a ceremony organised by France's state-owned rail company SNCF, to launch a project to transform an old railway station into a memory place on January 25, 2011 in Bobigny, outside Paris, to pay respect to the 22.000 Jews of Drancy camp, deported from that place to the gas chambers in Nazi camps. As SNCF has expressed remorse for hauling thousands of Jews to their deaths in Nazi camps, the company insisted it had been forced by France's World War II German occupiers to help deport 75,000 French Jews to the gas chambers, and noted that 2,000 of its own rail workers were executed. (Boris Horvat, AFP/Getty Images)

The event took place in an old train yard near a warehouse in Bobigny from which about 22,400 Jews were sent to their deaths in 1943 and 1944.

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1 comment:

  1. Yes, the nations need to apologize. Instead of the United States apologizing to the Jew (for their secretive WWII behavior and behind the scenes collaboration with the Nazis y"s), it's chief negotiating official, BHO, is apologizing to every other nation except the Jewish Nation. Au contrare ... He is persecuting the Jewish Nation with his policies, One World Govt outlook, and Arab love affair.