Dark tourism ou tourisme mémoriel symbolique

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Moreover, a pilgrimage to the Shoah in Jerusalem should not only be a journey of remembrance and preservation of the memory of the victims, but also a pilgrimage of the people of Israel to visit the place. This can be seen in the experience of the Jewish people in Jerusalem, which is very similar to the experience of other Jews in Europe. The experiences of the Jews in european countries are often not recognized because they are not Jewish or even Jewish enough to feel the same sense of guilt and responsibility. This is not to say that Jews in Europe did not experience the Shoah, but that they did not have the same sense of connection to the Shoah as Palestinians do. "Authentic" sites are those that are "authentically" Jewish. They are places where the Jewish people, their history and their traditions were present. "Created" sites are places elsewhere that were not Jewish.

Other histories

In their place, "created" sites are places that are not Jewish but somehow Jewish. In addition, the Shoah is a "national" tragedy and the Shoah is the most important event in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The Shoah is more than a site of tragedy and it is essential to understand the tragedy of the Shoah as an event in the history of the Jewish people.

The 450+ resources in this project were assembled from the following sources: A Complete Guide to the Holocaust http://www.zeitgeist.org/gdp/gdp_holocaust.html The Shoah and the Jewish People http://www.zeitgeist.org/gdp/gdp_holocaust. Such a dichotomy is a way of creating a "safe space" wherein Holocaust victims and their descendants can "get away from" their memories, and where they are able to "recover". The Shoah is not only a conflict between the West and the Jews, but also between a Jewish and an Arab, a Western and a Muslim, a christian and a Muslim.

It is a conflict between "our" histories, and the other histories which want to erase them. The Shoah is not only a conflict between the West and the Jews, but also between a Jewish and an Arab, a Western and a Muslim, a Christian and a Muslim. It is a conflict between "ouother historiesnd the other histories which want to erase them. We take our Holocaust trip to Jerusalem on the notion that the Shoah is something other than simply another conflict between the West and the Jews.