April 28, 2014

Israel Must Stop Politicizing the Holocaust

Emily Hauser, Haaretz

The Associated Press

Dragging the crematoria through the geopolitical mud doesn’t honor the six million; drumming up false equivalencies to frighten and coerce will neither strengthen our children nor secure the Jewish people’s future. On this, of all days, I would like to believe that Israel’s leaders could acknowledge the ahistorical grotesquery of politicizing the Holocaust for partisan gain.

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