Jewish burial laws/concerns? Not true either: In 2010 a whole area of the former Sachsenhausen sub-camp Lieberose near Jamlitz was dug up, looking for the graves of 753 Jews allegedly murdered there. A Rabbi was present, giving his blessings to the excavations. The whole site was turned upside-down, no regards for any burial laws, but nothing found.However, a search of the original newspaper reports prior to the excavation reveals this information:
Once the remains are found and reburied according to Orthodox Jewish ritual, a memorial site will be established, according to Brandenburg Interior Minister Joerg Schoenbohm.It therefore follows that Mr Heink has erected a Straw Man. In reality, Jewish law permits the reburial of human remains in certain very limited circumstances, which are open to interpretation and dispute among religious authorities (see here and here). Moreover, reburial is not an option at the Aktion Reinhard sites because remains there were cremated and the remaining bones after the cremation were pummeled by an ash crew.
Furthermore, whilst Heink is correct that no remains were found in 2009, he omits the fact (stated in his own source) that 589 bodies had been located nearby in 1958 and 1971.