The Jewish Holocaust
In 1933 approximately nine million Jews lived in the 21 countries of Europe that would be occupied by Germany during the war.
By 1945 two out of every three European Jews had been killed.
The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic annihilation of six million Jews by the Nazi regime and their collaborators as a central
act of state during World War II. The destruction of European Jewry stands as the archetype of genocide in human history.
Six million Jews were killed simply because they were Jews.
Where was G-d during the Holocaust?
The element that distinguishes the Holocaust was the search for G-d. From morning till night we cried out for a sign that G-d was
still with us... We sought Him, but we did not find Him. We were always accompanied by the crushing and unsettling feeling that G-d
had disappeared from our midst.
Testimony of Holocaust Survivor.
The Holocaust in the Torah
To find about the Holocaust in the Torah, look into Dvarim (Deuteronomy) 31:16-18. Take the letter "Hei" from the word
"Moshe" and count 49 letters. Take the next letter, the "Shin" from the word "Shama." Count another 49 letters,
and then take the "Vav", count 49 letters again and take the "Alef", count again and take the "Hei." These
letters spell "HaShoah" (The Holocaust).
This is the translation of the text where "HaShoah" was found:
G-d said to Moses: When you go and lie with your ancestors, this nation shall rise up and stray after the alien gods of the land into which
they are coming. They will thus abandon Me and violate the covenant that I have made with them. I will then display anger and abandon them.
I will hide My face from them and they will be [their enemies'] prey. Beset by many evils and troubles, they will say, "It is because
my G-d is no longer with me that these evils have befallen me." On that day I will utterly hide My face because of all the evil that
they have done in turning to alien gods Dvarim (Deuteronomy) 31:16-18
History shows that every time the Jews stray away from their religion, anti-Jewish hatred increases.
If the Jews forget they are Jewish, the non-Jews will surely remind them. 6 millions Jews were murdered during
the Holocaust. This number includes 1.5 million Jewish children. Since 1945, over 6 million Jews have assimilated
and over 1.5 million abortions have been performed in the State of Israel.
Those who forget history are condemned to repeat it.
Violent Neo-Nazi activity and Arab hatred towards the Jews
is rapidly increasing in the world today. This is not a coincidence. Only a strong Jewish education for every single
Jew, for every Jewish family, in every Jewish community in the world, can prevent tragedy from ever happening again.