Columnist, Tamer Abu Arab, writes in Egyptian daily newspaper Al-Masry Al-Youm about the lessons to be learned from implementing capital punishment on your opponents and enemies in the wake of the Egyptian court ruling that sentenced 529 Muslim Brotherhood members to death
"Then came the time for the "Final Solution", a term used for the first time by Adolf Eichmann, who oversaw the Holocaust, the path to encourage the Jews to emigrate from Germany was replaced by forced exclusion and it rapidly developed into the execution of (tens or hundreds or thousands) of Jews who were burned.
There is a big controversy surrounding the number of victims
By the way .. Adolf Eichmann was tried and executed by an Israeli court in June 1962 [sic]
Many condoned the burning of Jews, many condemned and many denied, but it is certain that the Holocaust harmed Hitler more than it harmed the Jews, while they lost tens or several hundred or several thousand, they gained millions who supported their demand to establish a national homeland to protect them from persecution
Third Lesson: To live alongside the one you hate is better than to die together
Last Lesson: The Jews did not perish and will not perish, the Mojahedin-e-Khalq did not perish and will not perish, the Kurds did not perish and will not perish, the Muslim Brotherhood did not perish and will not perish because the wombs of women are more than the gallows" (Mar.25, 2014)