Shifra on April 21, 2020
Today is Yom HaShoah — Holocaust Remembrance Day. This year marks 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz. But, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, today will be commemorated differently – online. And the traditional two-minute siren at 10 a.m., where the entire country of Israel stops to remember, will mostly be done at home. Several years ago, I wrote about Sugihara, known as the ‘Japanese Schindler,’ who saved several thousands of Jews during WWII. This year, the story of Sugihara was told on Siriius XM’s ‘American Voices With Sen. Bill Bradley,’ and it won the National Edward R. Murrow Award for News Documentary and National Headliners Award: Heroism In The Face Of Genocide: Chiune Sugihara, The Japanese Consul Who Saved...
Tammy on April 23, 2016
Awful. But the entire premise of taking in 12 people when millions are displaced because of Islamist mass murder and war is itself absurd and, well, theatre. Help for Christians, in the midst of an actually declared genocide, there are gestures but no real help and even abandonment by
politicians of all stripes.
Shifra on March 25, 2016
Mengele was known in Auschwitz as the “Angel of Death,” for his unspeakably inhumane medical experiments. He was also infamous for selecting inmates for the gas chambers. Via Daily Mail: In a bizarre twist of fate, the remains of the ‘Angel of Death’ Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor responsible for torturing and killing thousands of concentration camp inmates, will be picked apart in scientific experiments that millions will agree have come 70 years too late. The Brazilian doctor responsible for carrying out the exhumation and forensic examination – which positively identified the German war criminal was the man buried in an anonymous Sao Paulo grave in 1985 – won the right this month to keep the Auschwitz killer’s abandoned bones...
Tammy on March 17, 2016
Only after facing “heavy pressure.” The degree to which these people in the Obama gang go to not have to take a position that requires action or might put Islamists in a bad light. Pathetic. But don’t worry. The State Dept assures everyone that this doesn’t mean we have to do anything about it. On Wednesday, a State Department spokesman Mark Toner said: “Acknowledging that genocide or crimes against humanity have taken place in another country would not necessarily result in any particular legal obligation for the United States.” Via Fox News. Secretary of State John Kerry declared Thursday that the Islamic State is committing genocide against Christians and other minorities in the Middle East, after facing heavy pressure from...