Has there been just one Holocaust in history?

Answer by Ingrid Zundel

I believe that there were, and are, many holocausts, not just one. There was a holocaust in 1933 when 6 million Ukrainians were starved to death because food was withheld from them—just because they were Ukrainians. There was a holocaust in February 1945 in Dresden when hundred of thousands of German civilian refugees were burned to death in two nights' worth of bombing raids, just because they were German civilians. There was a holocaust in August 1945 when Americans dropped atom bombs to incinerate two Japanese cities, just because the inhabitants were Japanese. There was a holocaust some two years back when phosphorus was rained on Palestinians in Gaza Strip, just because they were Palestinians.

The so-called "holocaust" is not the exclusive property of the Jews. There is no copyright on pain.