"Work makes you free". This is the sentence appearing on the
sign hanging at the entrance gate of Auschwitz Concentration Camp and this sign
which was one of the relics of World Ware II, has been stolen. More than what it
would give umbrage to Polish authorities, the sign theft has caused the anger
and resentment of Israel government. Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime
minister has criticized Poland and insisted and emphasized on the necessity for
discovering this metal sign as soon as possible. He called it "a sacred sign"
for the Jews and referred to the theft as an offence towards the camp.
Currently, many assumptions have been set forth regarding the event. The Jews,
Russians and Germans are among the suspects committing such theft. The sign is
important for the Jews. They believe it must be transferred to Quds. It is
likely that the Russians have committed the theft in order to make Poles ashamed
at the anniversary of the overthrown of the camp by Russian Red Army and it
might be that Germans believe this relatively historical object belongs to them.
Other assumed motives for this theft include riot, sale of the sign as metal
wastes and orders of antique collectors. There are also similar sings in some of
other Nazis' concentration camps, but Auschwitz Sign was the most intact.
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