International day against fascism, racism and anti-Semitism

9 November — International Day Against Fascism, racism and anti-Semitism . In the night from 9 to 10 November 1938 was a massive pogrom against the Jews in Germany, known as the "Crystal Night» (Crystal Night / Kristallnacht), or the "Night of Broken Glass».

«Kristallnacht" or "Night of Broken Glass" in 1938 marked the beginning of the Holocaust — the mass violence against the Jewish people, which led to the death of 6 million Jews.

Today, the issues of anti-Semitism on the backburner to the anti-migrant hysteria or challenge Islamophobia. But the Holocaust — it's not just a problem of one nation, as an example of the consequences of the policy of "scapegoating" and the belief in the superiority of one nation over others.

So, talking about the crimes of Nazism, it must be remembered how it may be in the future if we do not just say, "Never again!" in response to those who propose to limit the rights of one group of people just because for some reason they do not like us.