[Ed. – Indonesia seems to have a perverse fascination with Nazi Germany. A Nazi-themed restaurant open there several years ago and remained open until recently despite complaints.]
A leading Jewish organization has called for an Indonesian waxworks museum to remove a Nazi exhibit at which visitors take selfies with a Hitler figure standing before an image of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
The Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center, which campaigns against Holocaust denial and anti-semitism, said the display is “disgusting” and mocks victims of the Holocaust in which millions were exterminated by Nazi Germany.
Human Rights Watch has condemned the exhibit as “sickening.”