“​How​ does Israel observe Holocaust Remembrance Day?” “​How​ does Israel observe Holocaust Remembrance Day?”

“​How​ does Israel observe Holocaust Remembrance Day?”

This year, beginning at sundown, April 7th and ending at sundown, April 8th, Israel and Jews worldwide observe Yom HaShoah, Israel Holocaust Remembrance Day, honoring the six million Jewish men, women, and children who were brutally murdered at the hands of the Nazi regime. During the observance, flags are flown at half mast, and at 10 a.m., air raid sirens sound throughout the country and Israelis stop wherever they are to observe a two-minute silence of solemn reflection. Learn more about Yom HaShoah and the history of the Holocaust.

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