Tree Planted as a Remembrance for the Assyrian Genocide

The tree was planted in remembrance of all the victims of the Nazi Holocaust and all other victims of persecution and torture around the World, including those in Armenia, Assyria, Cambodia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Sri Lanka, Rwanda and Darfur.

Councillor Julian Bell, Leader of Ealing Council, said: "Holocaust Memorial Day is an important opportunity for us all to think about what we can do in our own small way as individuals and as a community to protect one another against discrimination. I hope our children and grand children will commemorate this day for many years to come and continue to challenge persecution."

Source: Ealing TIMES

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