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International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Started by Broose , 01/27/2011 06:00AM
Posted 01/27/2011 06:00AM Opening Post
On 27 January 1945, the advancing Soviet army entered the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp complex, liberating more than 7000 remaining prisoners, for the most part ill or dying. Days earlier, the SS had forced nearly 60,000 prisoners to evacuate the camp and embark on the infamous 'Death Marches' in which many thousands lost their lives. In 2005, the UN General Assembly designated 27 January as the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust, the day upon which, every year, the world would mark and remember the Holocaust and its victims.

I pray today for the 6 million Jewish souls that were exterminated and the 7 million other souls lost
at the hands of a true Satan

Ezekiel 38:23 & Job 25:1

Magnified and sanctified be God's great name in the world which He has created according to His will. May He establish His kingdom soon, in our lifetime. Let us say: Amen.

May His great name be praised to all eternity.

Hallowed and honored, extolled and exalted, adored and acclaimed be the name of the Holy One, though He is above all the praises, hymns, and songs of adoration which men can utter. Let us say: Amen.

May God grant abundant peace and life to us and to all Israel. Let us say: Amen.

May He who ordains harmony in the universe grant peace to us and to all Israel. Let us say: Amen.

Broose K

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Posted 02/02/2011 12:52AM #1
Never forget this war atrocity, and other political genocides that have occurred since. The numbers of individuals, during the 20th century, are in the millions. The vast numbers blur in the mind but each was a distinct person, intellect, hope and dream...relative of a family line.

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