Before and after the Holocaust, there were - and there still are - other genocides. Most do not belong to the Middle East (except Armenia), but that is precisely why they are listed here: these pages are meant to be a sobering reminder of the absurdity of the world's obsession with the so-called “plight of the Palestinians” when there are other, considerably more dramatic situations befalling other groups that receive scant attention as a result.

Armenia - Tibet - Rwanda - Cambodia - Bosnia - Congo - Sudan - North Korea.

In all these cases, the rest of the world did (or still does) nothing, or too little, too late. Hence the books listed below that address this criminal apathy.

A Century of Genocide A Problem From Hell The Black Book of Communism

Eric Weitz

Samantha Power

Stéphane Courtois


An estimated 1.5 million people were slaughtered by the Turks between 1915 and 1923. Turkey has yet to acknowledge this crime and to apologize for it.

The Burning Tigris

Black Dog of Fate

Peter Balakian

Peter Balakian


Brutally invaded and illegally occupied by China in 1950, it is still under foreign occupation, and lost an estimated 1.5 million of its people in its struggle.


A History of Modern Tibet

Buddha's Warriors

The Anguish of Tibet


Melvyn Goldstein

Mikel Dunham

Petra Kelly



800,000 people murdered in 1994 in a racially inspired uprising that pit the majority Hutus against the minority Tutsis.

We Wish to Inform You That We Will Be Killed

Shake Hands With the Devil

Eyewitness to a Genocide

Conspiracy to Murder

Origins of Rwandan Genocide

Philip Gourevitch

Roméo Dallaire

Michael Barnett

Linda Melvern

Josias Semujanga


200,000 people murdered by the expansionist Serbs between 1995 and 1997.

A Witness to Genocide

Rape Warfare

Roy Gutman

Beverly Allen


Over 2 million people were murdered by the extremist Khmers Rouges when they took power.


Over 5 million people killed by marauding armies, hunger and disease in a civil war that never seems to end (2000-ongoing).


500,000 people murdered in Darfur by roving gangs armed by the Sudanese government (2003-ongoing).

Darfur Diaries

Not on Our Watch

Tears of the Desert

The Translator

Jen Marlowe

D. Cheadle &
J. Prendergast

Halima Bashir

Daoud Hari

North Korea

Several millions of people starved to death, hundreds of thousands of others (including women and children) condemned to a slow death in the last full-scale Gulag system in the world, and no end in sight.

The Aquariums of Pyongyang

Under the Loving Care of the Fatherly Leader

Chol-Hwan, Rigoulot, Reiner

Bradley Martin

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