PDF OF NEW STATEMENT
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As addendum to EFHR’s case filed; international opposition; petition reaching 46,000 mark
Recent coverage in the Algemeiner Journal; English Delfi.lt (Lithuania Tribune); Jerusalem Post;
INCREDIBLY, M. K. ČIURLIONIS HOUSE & MUSEUM ARE PARTNERING
Protest letter from Julius Norwilla, chairman of the Vilnius Committee for Preservation of Piramont (Snipiskes) Cemetery to the Director of the Čiurlionis House and Museum
MORE IN DEFENDING HISTORY
UPDATE: Julius Norwilla invites colleagues to monitoring team that will meet on Sunday 28 April at midday sharp at the monument to the cemetery on Olimpiečių St. in front of the dilapidated Soviet “Sports Palace”
Meanwhile in London, a Serious Incident Report has been filed with the UK’s national Charity Commission requesting an investigation of the role of the CPJCE in the destruction of the Old Vilna Jewish Cemetery.
Unique study in body language: “blockbuster video” of London CPJCE staff allegedly morally selling other people’s graves against the rulings of all the rabbis of Vilnius and of the planet. In fact, when the chief rabbi of Lithuania spoke up in 2015, he was fired for expressing his views. Views of Rabbi S.J. Feffer (leading Litvak religious authority in the country) and Rabbi S.B. Krinsky (official rabbi of the synagogue / Chabad Lithuania).
The Wikileaks cable that just will not go away (jump to end of point 8)
Ruta Bloshtein’s petition approaches 46,000
Overviews by Shnayer Leiman, Juris Kaža, Michael Maass, Dovid Katz, and Vilna-born Holocaust survivor Pinchos Fridberg; Statements by elected head of Vilnius Jewish Community Simon Gurevich
PDF of European Foundation for Human Rights statement. Please use handles in upper left had corner to turn pages.