"Antisemitism is not just a danger to Jews and Jewish communities. It is a threat to every decent society and therefore to people of all backgrounds: Muslim, Christian and beyond."
He served as a commandant-general of the town of Berat, and in 1943, he called for help as he tried to protect the Jews in his area.
In the 1990s, 10,000 Kosovo Albanians died and about one million were displaced as a result of Serbia’s aggression.
Jacobs, 81, agreed to work on the memorial after learning that Albania was the only country in Europe that had more Jews after World War II than it did before.
The Albanians protected the Jews despite Nazi German forces occupying the country.
War crimes allegations against the KLA first surfaced in the 2011 Council of Europe rights agency report that accused guerrillas of killing civilian Serbs and ethnic Albanian political opponents.
Despite Kosovo’s continuous efforts – and its people’s sincere admiration for the Jewish state – Israel has so far refused to establish relations with the youngest country in Europe.
The Order of Psychologists said members would face disciplinary proceedings if they carried out the treatment.
"I view this as an opportunity for collaboration... offer all assistance towards saving lives anywhere," and have "great appreciation" for Turkish Red Crescent, MDA's director-general Eli Bin wrote.
Though the times were critical, the show of friendship toward Albanians was heartwarming.