February 7th, 2013
“We are used to talk about the uniqueness and unprecedented essence of the Holocaust, – said the co-chairman of the Russian Holocaust Center, Professor Ilya Altman, - but there is an aspect of its universalism. And this fact just highlights that there is no genocide against only one nation. Genocide is the most horrifying crime of the 20th century, and who, but the Jewish people, know the most about it. Armenian genocide on the eve of the First World War, Gypsies’ massacre during the Second World war are the elements of the same politics of hatred”.