“Dad, Where was God in the Holocaust?”

Tomorrow is a solemn day for Jews worldwide. It is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day in which the whole world memorializes those lost in the Holocaust. Prior to World War II, there were about 16.6 million Jews in the world, 9.5 million of whom lived in Europe. By the end of World War II, …

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Honoring Jews Murdered in the Holocaust

Across the globe at sundown on Monday, Jews will enter into commemoration of the 6 million+ Jews murdered in the Holocaust. International Holocaust Remembrance Day is recognized in January, and many commemorative events are held worldwide. Yom HaShoah, Israel's commemorative day, though, happens in a couple days. Imagine the scenario. Jews were taken from their …

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Never Again!

That statistic puts things in perspective, doesn't it? Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the most prolific death camp in Hitler's quest to rid the world of Jews. Israel is a thriving nation, but many of its early settlers who led the charge toward Israel's declaration …

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“Never Again” – Commemorating International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Tomorrow is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. However, you may be wondering why world leaders gathered in Jerusalem a few days ago to commemorate the same event: the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. The reason: the Holocaust didn't end on a specific day, so various dates have emerged for commemoration. In November 2005, the …

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