Holocaust Expert Compares ISIS to the Nazis on “60 Minutes”

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The world’s leading expert on the “Holocaust By Bullets” period of WWII, Father Patrick Desbois recently compared the actions of ISIS to perpetrators of the Jewish Holocaust in a recent interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes.” He is available for interview.

The world’s leading expert on the “Holocaust By Bullets” period of WWII, Father Patrick Desbois recently compared the actions of ISIS to perpetrators of the Jewish Holocaust in a recent interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes.” He compares the atrocities of Nazi Death Squads publicly executing Jews to the beheadings and other public mass murders committed by the ISIS terrorist group. Father Dubois notes that the only difference is that, now, the world sees it as it happens.

In the past decade, Father Dubois and his organization, Yahad-In Unum (YIU), have uncovered thousands of Nazi victim’s mass graves previously lost to the world. He has documented a vast amount of historical research on the “Holocaust by Bullets” that was previously hidden or unknown. While he continues his work, Father Dubois is teaching the lessons of the Holocaust and the “Disease” of genocid throughout the world through his book, museum exhibits, and public lectures.

Father Desbois is available for interview to speak to the following topics:

  • How similar the pattern of ISIS is to the murderous tactics of the Nazi Party
  • Why genocide is still very much a threat in today’s world
  • His experiences touring the US with his museum exhibit “Holocaust by Bullets”
  • The recent memorials for mass graves discovered by YIU
  • The first showing of the “Holocaust by Bullets” museum exhibit in Lithuania – the fist time the exhibit has been shown in a country that actually experienced the crimes.
  • The debut of the “Holocaust by Bullets” exhibit in South America
  • How YIU has turned its attention to Guatemala to document similar human rights atrocities there.

About Father Patrick Desbois

Father Patrick Desbois has devoted his life to researching the Holocaust, fighting anti-Semitism, and furthering relations between Catholics and Jews. Father Desbois is a Catholic priest and President of Yahad – In Unum, a global humanitarian organization he founded in 2004 dedicated to identifying and commemorating the sites of Jewish and Roma mass executions in Eastern Europe during World War II.

He also serves as director of the Episcopal Committee for Catholic-Judeo Relations, under the auspices of the French Conference of Bishops. He is the grandson of a WWII French prisoner held in the Rawa Ruska camp on the Poland-Ukraine border. In 2004, he began to research the story of the Jews, Roma and other victims murdered in Eastern Europe during WWII by the Nazi mobile killing units, the Einsatzgruppen. His work through Yahad – In Unum has been recognized through numerous awards and public commentary in France and throughout the world.

The work of Father Debois has been documented in the best selling book “The Holocaust by Bullets: A Priest's Journey to Uncover the Truth Behind the Murder of 1.5 Million Jews,” and is currently the subject of the national touring museum exhibit, “Holocaust by Bullets.”

About Yahad – In Unum Yahad – In Unum combines the Hebrew word – Yahad meaning “together,” with the Latin phrase In Unum, meaning “in one.” Founded in 2004 by Father Patrick Desbois, the organization is dedicated to systematically identifying and documenting the sites of Jewish mass executions by Nazi mobile-killing units in Eastern Europe during World War II. The objective of this work is to substantiate the “Holocaust by Bullets,” provide evidence, give proper respect to the victims’ burial places and disseminate the universal lessons about genocide and mass killings. Yahad-In Unum is the sole Christian organization dedicated to finding the truth about these killings. For more information, please visit http://www.yahadinunum.org.

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