Posts Categorized: Never Again for Anyone

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Never Again for Anyone challenges the misuse of the Nazi genocide of Jews (“The Holocaust”) for political purposes. By exceptionalizing the Nazi genocide, European Jews are set apart from the victims and survivors of that and other genocides instead of being united with them. The Zionist exploitation of this genocide to justify colonization, displacement and apartheid in Palestine is a dishonor to those who survived and those who did not. The refrain “Never Again” must mean “Never Again, for Anyone!”

IJAN’s “Never Again for Anyone” work aims to make connections between the current environment of Islamophobia, other forms of xenophobia, political repression and support for Israel. The work draws on the parallels between the political contexts of dehumanization and political repression in Nazi Germany, Palestine, and the West.

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IJAN UK Demands an End to Genocide: Holds Protest Outside the Israeli Ambassador’s Home

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On November 10, 2023, IJAN-UK held a protest outside the home of Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Tzipi Hotovely. The action added to the growing calls for an end to Israel’s Gaza Genocide and called attention to Ambassador Hotovely’s culpability for the ongoing atrocities against Palestinians. On 16 October Tzipi Hotovely, the UK ambassador… Read more »

Sign the Statement: No Final Solution in Our Name – – – Never Again For Anyone.

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Jewish people who stand against genocide, please read IJAN’s statement below and sign onto it here. No Final Solution in Our Name Never Again For Anyone. Sometime after [1956] I heard a news item about Israelis herding Palestinians into settlement camps. I just could not believe this. Weren’t the Israelis also Jews? Hadn’t we –… Read more »

Never Again for Anyone (JUNTS, IJAN and IDHC Joint Statement)

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The Catalan Association of Jews and Palestinians (JUNTS), the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network (IJAN) and the Human Rights Institute of Catalonia together welcome the declaration of Barcelona City Council on 19th April in defence of respect for human rights and international law for the Palestinian population, with the support of the political groups Barcelona en… Read more »

Nunca Más Para Nadie

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Desde JUNTS- Associació Catalana de Jueus i Palestins, IJAN- Red Judía Antisionista Internacional -, y el Instituto de Derechos Humanos de Cataluña, celebramos la Resolución en Defensa del Derecho Internacional Humanitario (DIH) y de los Derechos Humanos (DDHH) del pueblo palestino, aprobada con los apoyos de BEC, ERC, PSC y la CUP, más la abstención… Read more »

VIDEO: Never Again for Anyone

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Below is a video in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day articulating the vision of “Never Again for Anyone” as lifted up by 350 survivors and descendants of survivors and victims of the Nazi genocide who published a letter in the New York Times during Israel’s 2014 massacre in Gaza.

The video features footage of Hajo Meyer, a survivor of Auschwitz, and the lead signatory to the letter, who passed away the evening before it ran.

Never Again for Anyone from Intl Jewish Anti-Zionist Network on Vimeo.

Jewish Daily Forward publishes op-ed slandering Holocaust survivors and relatives who signed on to NYT “Justice in Gaza” letter

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On August 28th, 2014, The Jewish Daily Forward published an outrageous op-ed by Alvin H. Rosenfeld entitled, “Moral Emptiness of Holocaust Survivors Who Took on Israel”. Rosenfeld’s piece was written in response to a letter published in the New York Times and signed by over forty Jewish survivors and over 300 descendents of Jewish survivors and victims of the Holocaust demanding justice in Gaza. Not only did the Forward provide editorial space to Mr. Rosenfeld, who used it to personally slander and minimize prominent human rights activists, but it then denied the original letter’s signatories an opportunity to respond.