An exhibition in Rome opened this week, commemorating Muslims who saved Jews during World War II. The aim of the exhibition is to “fight all the violent and radical tendencies that have unfortunately emerged in the name of religion and Islam in particular,” said Khalid Chaouki, director of Minareto.it.. The Italian Muslim Youth Association is organizing the exhibit. Among those credited with helping Jews escape arrest and transfer to concentration caps include two Bosnian Muslims, three Albanians, two Turks, and one Iranian.
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