Thanks- giving. It’s not always easy to connect to the true spirit of the day.
After Palestinian terrorists slaughtered four rabbis and wounded six other people at a Jerusalem synagogue Tuesday, South Florida reacted with revulsion, fear and loathing.
Only the sound of the ram’s horn was heard as thousands of people took part in the March of the Living, a two-mile walk from the Auschwitz concentration camp to Birkenau, where more than a million Jews perished in Nazi gas chambers.
The South Florida community will join in observance of the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht pogrom or “night of broken glass” considered the night the Holocaust began.
Adolph Hitler and his axis of evil incarnate exterminated six million Jews, packing them into rail cars and off to the concentration camps and the gas chambers and the ovens that awaited.
South Floridians will gather Sunday evening at the Holocaust Memorial on Miami Beach to remember its victims and honor its survivors.
More than a hundred South Floridians gathered at Miami Beach’s Holocaust Memorial on Sunday in observance of Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day).