Thousands of Jewish
headstones have been used to build houses, roads and even a supermarket
in the city of Brest in Belarus, and a British charity is trying to
preserve them as a memorial.
The headstones have
apparently been turning up in the city, close to the Polish border, for
the past six years. Hundreds were uncovered by excavators in May during
the construction of a supermarket in the city, the Daily Mail reported