FrontPageMag has an interesting article on the very well known Mahatma Gandhi:
When Hitler, whom Gandhi said was "not a bad man," was at the height of his power, Gandhi urged the Jews to commit collective suicide. As Richard Grenier noted in The Gandhi Nobody Knows, Gandhi later told biographer Louis Fischer, that the Jews died anyway didn't they? To be fair, he also told the English "Let them [the German National Socialist invaders] take possession of your beautiful island with your many beautiful buildings. You will give all these, but neither your souls, nor your minds." Gandhi's letter to Hitler began "Dear friend." Nothing came of it so perhaps it was poorly worded, like his grandson's January 7 screed. The Mahatma's stand on nonviolence, racism and colonialism was also rather shaky.
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That FrontPageMag article reminded me of a video I watched recently on YouTube.
I don't completely approve of the following video because it makes a couple of errors. For example, the video groups Iran and the Arab world together. While both the Arab world and Iran are often one unit in their animosity towards Israel, Iranians (Persians) are not Arab by definition.
Having said that, the video relays a powerful and relevent message.
While you watch it, note the following quote by Gandhi:
The Jews should have offered themselves to the butcher’s knife. They should have thrown themselves into the sea from cliffs.
[ Update: The source / context of this quote ]