Holocaust Remembrance Day begins this evening, commemorating the closing of the Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp in Poland, the largest of many run by Nazi Germany which murdered 6 million men, women and children. It’s a somber day in Israel, where about 200,000 aging Holocaust survivors live, and about 20 percent of the young are polling as fearful of another one. Those over age 45, having seen more of life, don’t. But anti-semitic incidents are increasing across the U.S. and around the world. The old, irrational hatred lives on.
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