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Rabbi and students arrested at Auschwitz for singing the same songs Jews sang as they marched to their deaths

Below are just two images of the quenelle making an appearance at the Auschwitz concentration camp, and at the Holocaust memorial in Berlin, the latter featuring Alain Soral, an infamous Holocaust denier and close friend of Dieudonné.

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La quenelle at Auschwitz (L) and the Berlin Holocaust Memorial (R). Photos: Le Point/Screengrab

For years I have been documenting antisemitic incidents at Auschwitz and other concentration camps: numerous incidents of Muslim students making the Heil Hitler salutes at the death camp, among other vile episodes.

This moment of Jewish life should have been respected by the offspring of the Nazi executioners. Instead, these pious Jews were arrested. Disgusting. Have the Poles forgotten how viciously they were treated by the Nazi Jew-haters? The Islamic Jew-haters will not treat them any better.

Passionate and proud Jews are no longer safe at Auschwitz.

Members of the group, including some with grandparents who had been incarcerated, some perishing, in Auschwitz, locked arms and began to sing songs. They sang lyrics like “may the people of Israel live” and “I believe in the coming of the Messiah.” At this point, guards approached Rabbi Ostroff and demanded that he make the group stop. Said Rabbi Ostroff, “I told him that I don’t have control over this as they are singing from their hearts. He then threatened to arrest me and called the police.”

Heil Hitler!

“Rabbi Rafi Ostroff, the leader of a group of visiting Australian and South African students, was arrested for singing the same songs Jews sang as they marched to their deaths,” By Mikhael Smits, August 2, 3014

On Friday, August 1st, local police arrested Rabbi Rafi Ostroff, the leader of a group of visiting Australian and South African students, for singing the same songs Jews sang as they marched to their deaths. Security officials at Auschwitz I twice requested that the group cease their singing. Auschwitz-Birkenau officials again requested they cease singing and subsequently summoned police.

Auschwitz-Birkenau marks the height of World War II anti-Semitism. The final resting place of over one million victims, Auschwitz today is a common pilgrimage site for Jews from around the world. Jews and non-Jews alike come to pay tribute to the dead and to assert that never again will the world stand idly by in the face of genocide. It seems that the new wave of Auschwitz security guards, little better than their 1940’s predecessors, have a different agenda. For the first time since January 1945, it seems that proud Jews are no longer safe at Auschwitz.

 

Members of the group, including some with grandparents who had been incarcerated, some perishing, in Auschwitz, locked arms and began to sing songs. They sang lyrics like “may the people of Israel live” and “I believe in the coming of the Messiah.” At this point, guards approached Rabbi Ostroff and demanded that he make the group stop. Said Rabbi Ostroff, “I told him that I don’t have control over this as they are singing from their hearts. He then threatened to arrest me and called the police.”

 

When local police arrived, they seized Rabbi Ostroff and threatened him with 24-hour imprisonment or a 1,000 zl fine (roughly $320), while the group continued to sing. Rather than remain incarcerated in a Polish prison over the Sabbath, Rabbi Ostroff paid the fine and rejoined his group.

 

Singing songs of prayer during the visit, Rabbi Ostroff alleges that, “Even in the gas chamber of Aushwitz 1, the guard came up to me and shouted at me: ‘tell them immediately to shut up.’” When the group continued to Auschwitz-Birkenau, a car with security personnel tailed them while “the guards of the camp hounded us all the time, shouting at us not to sing.” Rabbi Ostroff wonders what the next logical step is in security procedure. Perhaps “[t]he next rule will be that we are not allowed to carry Israeli flags as it might offend someone.”

 

Danny Feigen, a student at Yeshivat Eretz Hatzvi in Jerusalem and member of Rabbi Ostroff’s group, witnessed a guard ask, “would you sing in the British museum?”

 

According to members of the visiting group, Rabbi Ostroff has secured representation to ensure that corrective action is taken.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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