Never again! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • GeneG USA
    • 19.04.12 | 13:34 (IDT)

    Can anyone imagine that 6 million people were murdered simply because they were Jewish; and most had apartments, furniture, jewelry, artwork, books and gold in their teeth that were taken from them to give to Hitler’s handyman to buy their loyalty and support? The dead and oppressed were victims of Hitler’s obsession and insanity. Most Germans were either unaware or turned a blind eye. Jews, Arabs, Persians and most people of the world simply cannot or do not want to understand the instinct of Israeli Jews for ‘Never Again’. Every time you criticize Israeli or its leaders or its citizens for their obsessive concern relating to Arabs and Persians, who they view as born again Hitler’s, keep in mind if you can the searing impact of the holocaust. It is not going away. And Jews are not going away. Israel will survive as the ultimate remembrance of the holocaust.

    from the article: Israel marks Holocaust Remembrance Day with siren, memorial services
    First published 09:55 19.04.12 | Last updated 09:55 19.04.12
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