World Forum ôLet My People Live!ö, January 27, 2005
Israel Singer's Address
The fact that after all that murder and death, destruction and all that you have seen, what could be left is still a nation, is still a people, is still something that can be put together and be one
Moshe Viatcheslav Kantor's Address
Today, only 60 years after the Tragedy, we see again tolerance to intolerance standing on the pieces of broken crystals. It is time to act!
Elie Wiesel's Address
My good friends, if you after this day will be the same, then we have lost an encounter with this memory, which now you are the custodians of, must do something to you and through you to the whole world and put an end to the curse of hatred, to the scorch of anti-Semitism, to racism, bigotry, hatred
Richard Cheney's Address
The story of the camps reminds us that evil is real, and must be called by its name, and must be confronted. We are reminded that anti-Semitism may begin with words, but rarely stops with words ... and the message of intolerance and hatred must be opposed before it turns into acts of horror
Viktor Yushchenko's Address
I do guarantee: anti-Semitism, xenophobia or national hostility will have no place in Ukraine
Moshe Katsav's Address
The Holocaust was not only tragedy for the Jewish People, it was a failure for humanity
Aleksander Kwasniewski's Address
Today we want to jointly testify to the fact that the memory about the reasons and circumstances of establishing Auschwitz-Birkenau still lives and is present in the awareness of our nations. And it continues to be a painful lesson to us.
Vladimir Putin's Address
It is our duty to declare with one voice to present and future generations that no one has the right to remain indifferent to anti-Semitism, nationalism, xenophobia and racial or religious intolerance.