Yom HaShoah comes and goes. A day for looking back at what has happened and a day for looking away from what will happen.
Millions of dollars have been spent building memorials to the victims of the Holocaust, even as Iran is spending its millions on building another kind of memorial to the Holocaust, in the form of nuclear technology that will be used to finish that piece of history that the Islamic terror state claims never took place.
Millions more are spent, by some of the same groups that claim an interest in Holocaust education, on bringing Muslim migrants to America and Europe to carry out the promise of an Islamic apocalypse in which, as the Hadith states, “The last hour would not come unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him.”
That is what the Islamic Holocaust looks like. And it’s underway...
Monday, April 24th, of this year marked Holocaust Remembrance Day – Yom HaShoah – in Israel (it actually began at sundown on the 23rd). In this blog essay, Daniel Greenfield offers some interesting and provocative reflections on the significance of the Holocaust, and what we, collectively – and particularly, those on the political left – have failed to learn from it.