The United Arab Emirates Embassy in the United States has announced earlier this week that the Holocaust will be taught in school curricula.
According to the embassy, the content of the studies on alleged Nazi Germany’s genocidal murder of six million Jews during World War II will be developed in collaboration with the Zionist entity’s official Holocaust Memorial Yad Vashem in occupied Al-Quds (Jerusalem), and will be included in the curriculum of primary and secondary school students.
In the wake of the historic #AbrahamAccords, 🇦🇪 will now include the Holocaust in the curriculum for primary and secondary schools.
“Memorializing the victims of the Holocaust is crucial,” said Ali Al Nuaimi, one of the Emirati brokers of the Accords. https://t.co/itP6WlX8j5
— UAE Embassy US (@UAEEmbassyUS) January 5, 2023
This move comes just over two years after the signing of the so-called Abraham Accords, normalization deals between the occupation regime and several Arab states including the UAE, Bahrain and Morocco.
The step also comes following the establishment of so-called Holocaust museum in the Arab world in Dubai.
Israeli new Foreign Minister Eli Cohen welcomed the move as a “a historic decision.”
The Biden administration mission in charge of the so-called fight against antisemitism also applauded Abu Dhabi’s initiative, recalling that “the study of the Holocaust is necessary for humanity.”
Source: Israeli media