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World Forum Let My People Live!, September 27, 2006


Viktor Yushchenko's Address

Like all Ukrainians, I refuse to accept and tolerate the slightest manifestation of xenophobia and anti-Semitism. Ukraine repeats: we, together with all of humankind, condemn the perpetrators and organizers of the Holocaust.

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Moshe Katsav's Address

Today, 65 years since the terrible murder, I, on behalf of my people and on my own personal behalf, bow low over the victims’ grave and swear “always to remember and never to forget!” This is the only way to make sure this tragedy will never happen again. This is the only way to ensure a prosperous life for all humanity. Here, in the dark depths of the earth, we will spark the light of tomorrow.

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Moshe Kantor's Address

Our Forums are the universal antibiotic for hatred towards so called "others." We must carry out this pasteurisation as soon as possible. For that reason, it was with gratitude that we learned of the initiative to hold the Third World Holocaust Forum in Berlin in November 2008 to mark 70 years since die kristallnacht.

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Serghey Mironov’s Address

This forum must appeal to all the sensible human beings worldwide: throw away your petty disagreements, and unite against our common enemy - ethnic and nationalist prejudice of any kind.

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Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau’s Address

Because of Anti-Semitism, because of racism, because of hatred – we need this commemoration, we need it horribly, we are thirsty to aware world, we need a shoulder, we need some backing, we need to know that we have friends who know the importance of understanding, of friendship, of love and of peace.

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Stephen Herbits’ Address

Let us resolve that we shall not let this year pass without rallying the citizens of the world to confront this evil and recognize that what happened here may never be repeated.

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