The revelation of the researcher at the conference ‘Milan, Brescia, Bologna: what historical truth about the massacres’ ” I hope that there will be greater flexibility on the approach to documents because I assure you that it is very very complicated to work in the archives. In order to get out the documents concerning the attack on the Synagogue, I also received threats. But the job of a researcher or a historian is to move forward. Of course it is a great effort. I feel the lack of a research body that is also supportive. University is not always enough ”. Researcher Giordana Terracina said this when speaking at the conference ‘Milan, Brescia, Bologna: what historical truth about the massacres’. ” They told me not to be interested in the issue of the award and kindly reminded me that I have a son and that I would have done well to take care of something else, ” she explained about the threats. ” I was born as a researcher of the Shoah, I worked on the foundation of the Shoah in Rome, I took care of exhibitions and I searched for documents to set up exhibitions – he continued – I started to get interested in the question because I studied the origins of nationalism and pan-Islamism Arabs linked to the figure of the Grand Mufti ‘of Jerusalem, then from there with a common thread I arrived at what has become Arab nationalism in modern times. A historical evolution starting from the early 1900s ”.
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