Never forget. Never again.

Yom HaShoah (Yom HaShoa, Yom HaZikaron l’Shoah ve-l’Gvura) officially translates to ”Remembrance Day for the Holocaust and Heroism”, but is often known as ”Holocaust Remembrance Day” in English. It is an occasion to commemorate the lives and heroism of the six million Jewish people who died in the Holocaust between 1933 and 1945.  Yom HaShoah […]

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#WeRemember

Reach out to your community and its leaders – to schools, churches, synagogues, youth movements, and other institutions. Encourage them to encourage others – friends, students, teachers, congregants, etc. – to photograph themselves holding “We Remember” signs.  They should then upload these photos directly to Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram with the hashtag #WeRemember or email […]

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Judenrein Kristallnacht: The Latest Fashion In Sweden

Sometimes I think that the rest of the world lives in a parallel universe: a universe where Israel is an apartheid state and where the Palestinians deserve their own country. After all, they are the indigenous people of Israel since, well, the time of the dinosaurs according to themselves. In this parallel universe, knife attacks […]

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I’m Offended That You Want To Kill Me

Jyllands-Posten, Lars Vilks, Charlie Hebdo, Pamela Geller… They really offended you with their cartoons of Muhammad, didn’t they? So offended, you think they deserve to die. To be murdered. To be shot down in cold blood. Guess what, I’m offended too. I’m offended when you organise Holocaust Cartoon Contests. I’m offended when you call me […]

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