Holocaust Day Timeline

November 15th, 2012  |  Published in All Posts, Everything, Natura, photographia

I’ve always felt a certain affinity to the Jewish people and identified with their fate. The two nations have had a long common history – Cyrus the Great allowed the Jews to return to their homeland, and young Israel helped Iran become a modern country and overcome the adverse affects of earthquakes (without their help, earthquake victims just remain homeless, because the taxpayer’s money goes to more important tasks, like helping Arabs in a far away land to attack our former ally).

We’re both ancient nations who have kept their identity through severe persecutionsĀ on religious grounds. The difference is, we were forced to adopt the aggressor’s identity in our own homeland, and Jews were persecuted without a homeland.

On the last Holocaust day, this is how my Facebook Timeline looked.

Holocaust Day Timeline

My Holocaust Day Timeline

The star I assume you all know. The dry rose in the snow is a picture I took near my old home in Tehran, about a year before I left. I miss Tehran.

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