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    • Organhandel als „Entschädigung für den Holocaust“? | 23.März.2013 | www.kla.tv

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      www.kla.tv/620 ~ Israel nimmt im internationalen Organhandel eine Sonderrolle ein: In keinem anderen Land werden von der eigenen Bevölkerung weniger Organe gespendet, aber gleichzeitig so viele nachgefragt. Für Nancy Scheper-Hughes, Professorin für medizinische Anthropologie an der Berkeley-Universität in Kalifornien und Gründerin der Organisation Organs Watch, steht „Israel an der Spitze“ des weltweiten Organhandels. „Seine Tentakel reichen über die ganze Welt.“ Israelische Organhändler seien die bestorganisierten der Welt – mit Vermittlern, Bankkonten, Anwerbern, Übersetzern und Reisebüros, welche die Visa besorgten. Die Wissenschaftlerin recherchierte nach den Motiven der israelischen Organhändler. „Zum einen ist es die Gier,“ sagt sie; das andere Motiv mag etwas befremdlich erscheinen: „Rache, Entschädigung – Wiedergutmachung für den Holocaust.“ Sie beschreibt ein Gespräch, das sie mit einem israelischen Händler führte und welcher ihr sagte, es handle sich „um eine Art von Auge für Auge, Zahn für Zahn. Wir sind hinter jeder einzelnen Niere und Leber und jedem Herz her, die wir kriegen können. Die Welt schuldet sie uns.“ Auch israelische Ärzte hätten sich in gleicher Weise geäußert. von Originaltext Quellen/Links: Auszug aus Originalartikel „Kaufe Niere, zahle bar!“, ZeitenSchrift, Ausgabe 74/2013, S.19

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      • Orpheus with Arabella Steinbacher

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        Young German violinist Arabella Steinbacher joins us for Hartmann’s notoriously difficult and rarely performed Concerto Funebre as well as Mozart’ Rondo in C major and Adagio in E major. Hartmann’s concerto was written at the beginning of WWII and was inspired by his feelings about the Nazi annexation of Czechoslovakia. Composers’ early and late works appropriately begin and end our program: Strauss’ Serenade in E-flat major, which he wrote at the tender age of eighteen, opens the concert and Haydn’s final symphony— Symphony No. 104 “London” – will bring the program to a richly melodic conclusion.

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        • ORTO-DA Theatre Group (Tel Aviv), "Stones"

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          Das Mahnmal zur Erinnerung an den Aufstand im Warschauer Ghetto erwacht zu Leben und startet eine aufregende Zeitreise bis in die heutige Gegenwart: (Selbst)kritisch, provokant, bewegend, amüsant ...! The famous monument for the Jewish warriors in the Warsaw ghetto is coming alive and starts an exciting time travel through the past 5 decades: (Self)critical, provocative, touching, amusing ...!

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          • Oseh Shalom

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            A New Year's Blessing and greeting from the Holocaust survivors and teens of The Righteous Conversations Project.

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            • Oslo Freedom Forum - Elie Wiesel and Soledad O'Brien

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              In this short video, Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel and CNN's Soledad O'Brien explore the perils of indifference, the importance of memory, and the power of empathy. The conversation, which was filmed exclusively for the Oslo Freedom Forum, was featured as the conference's opening segment.

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              • Osvětim

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                Osvětim (Auschwitz) Music: Gorillaz, Marilyn Manson RollsRojs-video.cz

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                • Our Damndest

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                  Just an editing project I compiled, all stock footage. Practicing editing video to a beat.

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                  • Our First Survivor Interview: Early Footage

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                    This short clip is from our first interview when we started with our research in 2013. We were working on a "0" budget and developing our ideas and then our stories and participants blossomed. We then realized this film should be produced and their stories needed to be heard. This film is for everyone. Now we are in production of a film about the children who participated in the "Kindertransports" also known as the "Refugee Children's Movement" before the Holocaust and WW2 began. We have now researched and found 21 unique stories with more waiting. We are raising funds to produce more interviews into a full length motion picture. Join us by contributing thru "Fractured Atlas" by clicking on the link below to assist us in producing a very important film. Your contributions are 100% tax deductible. This project gives our survivors their opportunity to tell their stories and experiences. Inspiring, life changing and rewarding. We will also be donating the film back to the museums and organizations that have helped us along the way so we always have footage so future generations can hear of their experiences. Thank you. fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=10412

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                    • Our Solemn Hour

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                      I decided to do this song to the true meaning of it. The horror of the Holocaust. It was an awful event, but it truly happened, and we need to remember it, so it never happens again.

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