The Unspoken Holocaust

A lecture by Yossi Sucary (Author), moderated by David N. Myers (UCLA)

This lecture discusses the situation in North Africa during WWII: the Nazi’s occupation of Libya, the concentration camps in Sahara desert, the deportation of Jews from the heat of the desert to the frozen concentration camps in Europe. It will also explore the relationship between the Arabs and the Jews in Libya under the Nazi’s occupation.

 

Yossi Sucary is an Israeli author who writes in a universal perspective about issues of identity and place. His books deal with meta physical questions as well as with socio-political question of Oriental Jews in Israel and world-wide. Yossi is a philosophy teacher focusing on analytical and continental philosophy of the 20th century.


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Published: Thursday, November 02, 2017