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The SS representative at the “Final Solution” meeting (Wannsee Conference, 1942) was General Reinhard Heydrich, one of Himmler’s top deputies. Although genocide was already underway in the occupied portions of the […]
I have been struggling with this question for a very long time. I have asked myself how come Muslim friends of mine use a verse from Qur'an "if a Muslim kills one man it is as if he kills the whole world" to condemn terrorist attacks and the killing of innocent people?