Tel Aviv to Erect Monument to Gays Persecuted by Nazis

May 2008
Just Out;5/30/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 15, p22
The article reports on the development of an official monument in remembrance of the gays and lesbians who were persecuted and murdered by the Nazis at Meir Garden in Tel Aviv, Israel. The project has been spearheaded by Itai Pinkas of the Tel Aviv City Council with the support from Mayor Ron Huldai. According to Ynet News, Nazis have killed tens of thousands of homosexuals and oppressed a quarter of a million.


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