Papa përlotet gjatë vizitës në kampin e Aushvicit

July 29, 2016 12:46

Papa përlotet gjatë vizitës në kampin e Aushvicit

Papa Françesku u përlot gjatë një vizite në kampin e Aushvicit të premten.

Ai u bë Papa i tretë që viziton vendin ku Adolf Hitleri vrau më shumë se 1 milionë njerëz, shumica hebrenj.

Papa u lut në heshtje për më shumë se 15 minuta, përpara se të takohej me të mbijetuar të kampit, të cilët i puthi në faqe.

Ai më pas eci ngadalë përpara derës famëkeqe, ku qëndrojnë fjalët: “Arbeit Macht Frei” (puna të bën të lirë).

 

Pope Francis walks through a gate with the words 'Arbeit macht frei' (Work sets you free) at the former Nazi German concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oswiecim, Poland

Wearing white robe and skullcap, Francis walked slowly beneath the notorious gate at Auschwitz bearing the cynical words 

The Argentine pontiff will not make a speech, instead he will stand in silence to reflect on the horrors committed and let his tears flow
Pope Francis is seen from behind passing the main entrance to the former Nazi German Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp

Pope Francis prays at the Death Wall in the former Former Nazi German concentration camp. The wall, situated between Block 11 and 10, was the place where people were lined up and shot 

Pope Francis enters the dark underground prison cell at Auschwitz of a Catholic saint, Maximilian Kolbe, a Polish Catholic friar who sacrificed his own life during the war to save the life of another man

Pope Francis quietly reflected as he sat and prayed for 15 minutes in front of camp buildings at the former  concentration camp

The Argentinian pope is the first pope to visit who did not himself live himself through the brutality of World War II on Europe's soil

Pope Francis was driven along tracks laid in 1944 to allow trains of prisoners to be transported right to the gas chambers and crematoria

Pope Francis walks towards the main entrance to Auschwitz in Oswiecim, Poland, on Friday. He has devoted the day to the theme of suffering

After leaving Auschwitz Pope Francis traveled the two miles (3 kilometers) to nearby Birkenau, a part of the deadly death complex where about a million of Europe's Jews were murdered in gas chambers

 

July 29, 2016 12:46
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