‘Learn from the Holocaust evil to protect Syria,’ says David Cameron
THE world may yet feel “shame” at not taking further action in Syria, David Cameron warned as he launched a bid to ensure a fitting British memorial to the Nazi Holocaust.
The Prime Minister defended his support for military action against Bashar Al Assad’s regime in a speech at a dinner in London to mark the 25th anniversary of the Holocaust Educational Trust.
He told the Dorchester hotel dinner that one of the main lessons of the Holocaust was that of not standing by. He said: “With me as Prime Minister, Britain will never stand by”.
But he said a resurgence in anti-Semitism in parts of Europe made it more important than ever to ensure future generations were kept aware of the mass killings by Hitler.
It was “sickening”, Mr Cameron said, that some still denied the Holocaust happened, excused it or played down its horror.
“We need to stand up to all of this. Anti-Semitism is not just an assault on the Jewish people – it is an assault on humanity,” he said.
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