MIAMI BEACH, FL (AP) — The name of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl will be added to the Holocaust Memorial Wall and will be unveiled during a ceremony this weekend. Ceremony organizers say it’s the first time a person who was not killed during the Holocaust will be added to the memorial.

Daniel Pearl was abducted in January 2002 in Karachi while he was researching a story on Islamic militancy. Months after his abduction, the journalist’s body, his throat slit, was found in a shallow ditch in a compound on the outskirts of the city.

Judea Pearl, Daniel Pearl’s father, says (quote): “The same forces that killed my grandparents in Auschwitz, the forces of hatred, are still operating in our world in the 21st century — and Danny is one of the victims.”