Essay The World Can Never Forget : Discrimination Against Religion

1414 Words Apr 11th, 2016 6 Pages
Raleigh, North Carolina has a growing population of 431,746. To try to imagine stripping everything about an entire population and moving them all into ghettos. Then move them again into concentration camps, while killing dozens of them in cold blood everyday. This is what happened to six million Jews in the Holocaust. This event to put simply was a horrific massacre. As Sharon explains “The sad and horrible conclusion is that no one cared that Jews were being murdered... This is the Jewish lesson of the Holocaust and this is the lesson which Auschwitz taught us”. Without looking back and learning from the Holocaust, the horrific events would have all been in vain. Eleven million people were killed in cold blood in the Holocaust, for this the world cannot let their deaths be in vain, one must honor them by learning the mistakes causing their deaths. These are the lessons the world can never forget: discrimination against religion should not be tolerated, people should always question the reasoning behind actions against them, and one man should never have too much power.
In the first place discrimination is wrong in any and every circumstance. Discrimination based off religion should be held to the same standard. One cannot simply take six million people out of their homes, as done to the Jews, based off their religion. In the Warsaw ghetto alone, there were over 400,000 Jews, to whom ten percent would die before being transported to the concentration camps. From the moment…

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