[last updated: 6 Feb. 2020]
Meanwhile, “CPJCE” London “cemetery specialists” fail to release “the secret agreement” they (with “Haifa geotechnocrat” in tow) signed on December “Day of Shame”. The agreement was signed many months after the matter was placed before the Lithuanian courts, and while it remains in litigation. Where is the rule of law?
Defending History calls for document to be made public at once. Catch up on coverage from recent months. See the scope of international opposition to “the convention center in the cemetery”…
A TALE OF TWO VIDEOS
(Satmar Aaronites and — Litvaks)…
VIDEO of London CPJCE (Satmar “Aaronites”) with prime minister of Lithuania (2015) [note: opposing Satmar “Zalmanites” have condemned the convention center in the Jewish cemetery]
VIDEO of top Lithuanian-origin (Litvak) rabbis explaining Jewish and Litvak views to ambassador to Israel (2020)
Posted in Antisemitism & Bias, Cemeteries and Mass Graves, Christian-Jewish Issues, CPJCE (London), Human Rights, Lithuania, Litvak Affairs, News & Views, Old Vilna Jewish Cemetery at Piramónt (in Šnipiškės / Shnípishok)
Tagged Committee for Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries in Europe, CPJCE (London), European Foundation for Human Rights, Faina Kukliansky, Jewish cemeteries and human rights, Jewish cemeteries in Europe, Jewish issues in Lithuania, Minority cemetery rights, Mr. Arieh Klein, Piramont (Snipiskes) Jewish cemetery, Rabbi Abraham Ginsberg, Rabbi Herschel Gluck, rule of law (Lithuania), Vilnius Jewish cemetery
VILNIUS—Not for the first time, outstanding scholars and professionals are happy to accept a gracious invitation to a Jewish-topic international conference in this beautiful East European capital city that has for centuries been a symbol of the resilience of various minority cultures, including stateless cultures, to thrive side by side.
“HISTORY IN THE MAKING”
Posted in "Jewish" Events as Cover?, Cemeteries and Mass Graves, Christian-Jewish Issues, CPJCE (London), Events, Free Speech & Democracy, Herbert Block and Issues of Lithuanian Jewish Cemetery Preservation, Human Rights, Lithuania, Litvak Affairs, News & Views, Old Vilna Jewish Cemetery at Piramónt (in Šnipiškės / Shnípishok), Politics of Memory, Rothschild Foundation Europe (Hanadiv): Lithuanian Issues, Symbology, US Commission for Preservation of the American Heritage Abroad
Tagged Alminas Maciulis, Anna Klein, Annemarie Grosse-Juette, Beata Nemcova, Carsten Wilke, Connie Webber, David Malkiel, Falk Wiesemann, Herbert Block, Joachim Jacobs, Jonathan Webber, Lesley Weiss, Lucia Apostol, Michael Brocke, Michael Lozman, Michael Studeman HaLevy, Monika Krawczyk, Philip Carmel, Philippe Pierret, Rabbi Abraham Ginsberg, Romas Jarockis, Rudolf Klein, Ruta Anulyte, Ruth Ellen Gruber, Sally Berkovic, Samuel D. Gruber, Stephen Reece, Susan Sandler, Tobias Ruetnik, Tudor Drambarean, William Gross, Witold Wrzosinski, Zuzana Berankova