Speaking at Israel's ceremony to mark the beginning of Holocaust Remembrance Day, PM Netanyahu blasted world apathy to atrocities, while praising Jewish strength and resilience.
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Writing at The New York Daily News, Yael Eckstein says that it is not only time to honor those lost during the Holocaust, but to help those who survived and who still live in poverty and isolation.
Rabbi Eckstein writes that Holocaust Remembrance Day, which begins Sunday at sundown, is not just a day for remembering those who were lost, but for helping those who survived.
Ahead of Israel's Yom HaShoah ceremony, PM Netanyahu met with the six Holocaust survivors who will light torches.
In the second Holocaust documentary by Israeli filmmaker Boris Maftsir, five painful stories from the widest area of Nazi occupation are told.