B"H - "There are two days to memorialize the Holocaust, representing two fundamentally different world-views". If one insist to discard the Jewish prospective that is. One world view according to this author is a Christian-post Christian one of the nations and the other - is a Zionist one. In Jewish tradition however, as established by our Sages, our fast day of remembrance on the Jewish calendar is Tisha b'Av, the day on which, incidentally, the deportations began from the Warsaw Ghetto to the camps in '42. It is very unfortunate and arrogant in my humble opinion for the Zionists to fiddle with our Jewish calendar and illegally introduce these "yoms", days to it, as if they were our Sages: Well, they are not and never will be.
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