At Holocaust memorial cermony, Zionist & Czech diplomats and survivors address pacifism against tyrannical movements

Exclusive news video from Holocaust memorial / Yom Ha Shoah ceremony at Museum of Tolerance.

Fox News published this op/ed by Rabbi Abraham Cooper to coincide with yesterday's ceremony: "Holocaust Remembrance Day 2016: What Americans can (and should) do" 5 May 2016 

Museum of Tolerance Exec. Dir. Leibe Geft welcomes Czech
Republic's Amb. Pavol Sepelak's Yom HaShoah remarks
The article begins: "For over seven decades, on Yom Hashoah- Holocaust Remembrance Day, people pause to reflect on the mass murder of 6,000,000 Jews, a genocide conceived, organized and executed by Hitler’s Third Reich. Two words sum up the silent pleas from the ashes of the victims and those who survived the Shoah: “Never Again.” But let’s be honest. In 2016, the operative term is “ever” not never again.

What lessons from the Nazi Holocaust has the U.S. or other nations applied to stop the ethnic cleansing of Iraqi Christians, the genocide of Yazidis, the gassing of civilians and targeting of hospitals in Syria, the Boko Haram outrages in Nigeria?" To read full article


At yesterday's Museum of Tolerance' Yom Hashoah / Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemoration, executive director Liebe Geft introduced remarks by Rabbi Cooper and other experts on Jew-hatred and its appeasers.

Watch JewTube's original video of remarks by Rabbi Meir May, Rabbi Abe Cooper, Israeli Consul General David Siegel, and Rabbi Marvin Hier.

Remarks by Czech Republic's diplomat to Los Angeles, Amb. Pavol Sepelak.

Czech survivor, Bill Harvey, 92, of Hollywood, relates his perspectives following the ceremony at the Museum of Tolerance.

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