More than 200 “Annie’s Diary” in 36 public libraries in Tokyo were torn

People’s Daily News, February 23, AFP, Kyodo News reported that at least 36 public libraries in Tokyo, Japan, had more than two hundred copies of Anne’s diary series, which were deliberately torn and ruined. Unknown, the Japanese police have launched an investigation to find suspects. The World Jewish Human Rights Organization urged the Japanese side to bring the responsible persons to justice.

According to reports, the public library in the Tokyo area began in late January and found more than 200 books that recorded the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands during the Second World War. The “Annie Diary” was destroyed and the books were destroyed. Most of them were inside. The page was torn off and the number of pages was torn up to dozens of pages.

Anne’s Diary author Anne’s full name is Anne Frank, she can be said to be one of the Jews who were persecuted by the Nazis during World War II, the most famous one, in order to avoid the Nazis, she and her family in the Netherlands during World War II The basement of the house was hidden for two years. She recorded the days in a diary. Anne’s diary became the most famous publication of the Nazi Holocaust.

Anne and her family were detained in a German concentration camp and died in a concentration camp in 1945, when she was only 15 years old. As one of the most famous victims of the Jewish Holocaust in World War II, Anne was selected as one of the 100 most influential people in the world in the 20th century by Time Magazine. A 5535 asteroid was named “5535” by her. Annefrank”.

The tears of the collection of the “Anne Diary” collections in Tokyo’s libraries have shocked the world, and some media accused Japan’s extreme right-wingers of allegedly tearing up books. The International Jewish Organization expressed shock and serious concern about the incident, condemning the saboteurs for prejudice and hatred, trying to insult the memory of the Nazi Holocaust and demanding that the Japanese authorities thoroughly investigate. Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yu Yiwei expressed his disappointment at the incident and said that he was extremely sorry and unacceptable, and promised to investigate the responsible person.

Responsible Editor: Qi Yuhan

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