Lebanese businessman donates €600K worth of Nazi items to Jewish community
Sunday, 24 November 2019 () Geneva-based Lebanese entrepreneur Abdallah Chatila purchased 600,000 euros worth of Nazi memorabilia at the controversial Hermann Historica auction in Munich, only to donate them right to the Jewish community to do with them as they see fit. The Munich auction was met with incredible controversy when it was announced last week that it would be auctioning a veritable treasure trove of Nazi memorabilia, including such items as Hitler's top hat, and a silver-plated copy of Mein Kampf that once belonged to senior Nazi Hermann Goering. In...
Abdallah Chatila, who bought €600,000 worth of Nazi-era items to stop them being used by Nazi sympathizers, said "never again" must not become meaningless.
; Jerusalem Post Also reported by •Seattle Times