The Holocaust Happening Today

Mohammed Hijab


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The conversation discusses the media's stance on the Hol Anything Un soda, with the speaker suggesting that the lack of knowledge and help may have led to the media's lack of interest. The segment also touches on the horrors of Bangladesh, where a woman was assaulted and is upset, and the transition from Bangladesh to Bangladesh, where a woman witnessed the horrors and helped others with peace. The segment ends with a discussion of the power of social media and the need for change.

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I want to really just tell you something that happened recently, yeah.

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Maybe about a year ago, maybe a year and a half, two years ago at the max every now.

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But two years ago.

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About two years ago what happened is I was doing a research project, I have postgraduate research project.

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I went to the British Library

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to have a place a room a particular room called the news room.

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I went up to the newsroom.

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I was analyzing some primary source materials

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and some primary source materials.

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What happened was, I was looking at Germany and obviously the Nazi period they like the Nazi time. So from 1933 to 1939, when there was a buildup going on.

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And I looked at

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the newspapers and the media,

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the British media

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and the coverage of basically the Holocaust in the in the British media that was something I was doing.

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And you'll be really surprised that despite it being a massive a massive thing,

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In almost every history syllabus in the Western world,

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the media was not covering it in the way you think they would be covering it. Mainstream media were not covering it in the way you would think they'd be covering. And sometimes they wouldn't even make it a headline, what was going on?

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And this made me really think of something.

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This made me really think

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of the power of the media.

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One communication theorist, he said, the media doesn't tell you what to think.

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Because there were some people who used to talk about the magic bullet theory, and the needle theory and all these things that brainwashing for this communication theory said, the media doesn't tell you what to think. What it tells you what to think about, you see, when the medium

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was newspapers, and in the site, his television started to come out.

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It was easy for the media to have a monopoly on what it is we should be thinking about.

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So it's easy for them to do that.

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And therefore, the response of the Western world to the Holocaust was something which we look back on the western world in general looks back and thinks How could we have done that?

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The reason why is because public opinion was not roused from the very beginning. People were not being told what was going on in the fullest sense possible.

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Now, why am I talking about Germany and the Holocaust?

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Because this is a holocaust. What's going on?

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What's going on in Burma? At the moment is the burning of human beings

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Once again, what was her story in Burma What was she witness? He said well can a Japanese

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crossing the area where the magma army torture particularly firing the different houses and also throwing the children in the fire for burning hot children also bound by the bomber army. And that time he was the magma army slipped hard and then tortured again physically that's why he was just

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leave the lab the place asked about the stories that because we hear that they do bad things to women that they rape women and these kind of things. Are these stories true as well? I think a Yeah, money not

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hard to sister along with another three young girls

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The murmur, Army, kidnapped them and then just escaped in a room and sexually harassed, raped. And then among the five, they killed three. And what do we did? And to just get rid of from the

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How do they kill the woman?

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There is a technique used by the army to kill the women. Yeah, they set a strategy. There are some bamboo. There are some bamboo and techniques used. Yeah. And their way they hang

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their hands. Yeah.

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From the underground, they find they start firing

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in the bamboo.

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And then totally fine.

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What does she What does she do to cope with this? What does she do to cope? help herself with like she witnessed her son being killed. she witnessed all these things. How does she help cope? What does she do?

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The incident happened in front of her in in her house. Tell her ask her did she see any presence of any international army or anything like that, or the UN or anything like that to help them will not

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shy away.

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There are no presidents of international or UN agency to help them in that time. The only the Border Guard, the border guard, they take off all the materials and all the resources from them, and then push back to Bangladesh who has helped her so far? That's my question, who's helped us so far? In her in her transition to Bangladesh and in Bangladesh, and in Burma, who's helped us over?

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Basically, the local community when they when she crossed the border, then only local community extended hands to help them. Yeah. Then with the help of the community, particularly some of the

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Bengali community, they reached,

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only otherwise no international no even they didn't receive any cooperation from them. So now thank you very much for cooperation. I tell her also that to remain calm and to remain at peace because Allah subhanaw taala tell her that Allah He will reward her for what she has been through. And also that she will see her son in sha Allah in the hereafter Tannadice

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Thank you very much. I went to Cox's Bazar myself, on the border with Burma

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and interviewed women, myself, that literally testified the dozens in the same exact way.

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They all said

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that they witnessed small children being thrown into fires.

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Can you imagine this?

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Can you imagine this small babies children being thrown into fires?

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Most of the women didn't want to admit some of them did admit that they were themselves gang raped.

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they witnessed the death and mutilation of their husbands and their children.

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We're not talking about just adults, non combatant adults, we're talking about

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Children, Toddlers, but mutilated, killed. These are the testimonies we got. We have those video graphic testimonials on our respective YouTube channels. It's not something we're making. This is the most primary source, you're going to get actual testimony from the person themselves. We were there. We've heard them say it. Is this real?

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This is real.

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The question is now

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the real question is this, what are you gonna do about it?

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What are we gonna do about it?

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We're gonna wait another 20 to 30 years.

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And retrospectively look back and think we could have done

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how are we going to explain it to our children, that we lived in an age where this genocide took place? Yet we were very inactive.

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What like,

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well, like

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the people of the past, have more of an excuse.

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Media was centralized, monopolized.

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We have social media, we have the internet. Do you know the power of social media? Do you know the power of the internet, the internet is powerful.

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We have not got the same excuse as people did beforehand. A full time we do not have that same excuse. What are we going to do?

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What are you going to tell your children?

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When they come back from a history lesson?

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Talking about what they will then refer to as the Rohingya Holocaust or Indian genocide?

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What are you going to tell your children? When they ask why did you do anything at that time?

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Couldn't you have done this? Couldn't you have done that?

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How are you going to respond?

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What are you going to say to them? Well, I didn't really know what was going on.

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It wasn't really reported in the media that much.

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These excuses have become

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completely void. Now, you no longer have those excuses. today. Those excuses have evaporated into thin air of reality.

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When are we going to make the change?

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When is it going to be that we will stand up and say no more? When are we going to be loud about this? When are we going to tell our neighbor about this?

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When is the person on the street gonna know about this as much as they know about everything else that's going on in celebrity culture. When you speak when you do when you move.

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That's when