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Friday, May 02, 2008

Yom ha-Sho'ah

Today is Yom ha-Sho'ah, the day in which we remember the Shoah, the Holocaust.

I don't think there are words to convey what you can see right here. Watch it all. Don't turn away. Make sure you see every single moment. Digest it. And remember.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Heather said...

No matter how many films I have seen like this, it never fails to horrify me again. Nothing can compare with the sheer inhumanity those people suffered.

2/5/08 9:51 AM  
Blogger KLee said...

I want to look away, but I can't.

Thank you for posting it, lest we forget.

2/5/08 9:15 PM  
Blogger JaniceNW said...

12 million dead, 6 million Jews, 6 million misc.(including distant relative of my father's family). If the Aerican governmetn was so outraged why did they let so many of the leaders, officers and murderers go? Eichman for instance. I still get angry at how we screwed up and let the Russians take in so many war criminals under the nae of communism.

My sorrow and anger know no bounds.

3/5/08 11:05 PM  

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