Vecer: God Does not Live in Slovenia

Maribor, 31 July - When French philosopher Emmanuel Levinas, distraught by the effects of Hitler's "positive demographic policy" resignedly said that "God left in 1941", he could not have known that the killings of WWII would not be the last of the century, writes Tuesday's issue of daily Vecer. The makers of the Geneva convention on refugees could not have imagined 50 years ago, that a flood refugees after WWII will by far not be the last one, says Vecer.

The rest of this news item is available to subscribers.
The news item consists of 607 characters (without spaces) or 117 words words.

Buy the news item. Price: 2 tokens; on account: 0 tokens.

© STA, 2001