April 21, 2009

Israel stood still for two minutes to honor the death of six million Jews in the Holocaust

At 10 AM Israeli time, the Jewish state came to a stop with Israelis standing to honor the memory of the six million Jews that were killed during the Holocaust of WWII led by the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler and at the same time realizing it could happen again.

The speaker of the Israeli parliament, the Knesset, Reuven Rivlin sent a message to parliament heads around the world in which he said that the hate expressed by the President of Iran, Ahmadinejad, is a warning to all humanity that we risk a repetition of the Holocaust and that it will be brought about by people like Ahmadinejad.

Israeli PM Netanyahu told thousands of Israelis gathered at Yad Veshem that his government will not allow another Holocaust of the Jewish people.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

Holocaust Rememberance Day is a reminder of a terrible past and it should be a warning to an even more horrible future for the Jewish people according to Bible prophecy.

Five million Israelis stopped and stood to honor six million of their friends and loved ones who were killed during WWII in the Holocaust and they were guilty of only one thing, they were Jewish. The evidence is overwhelming for the truth of the Holocaust and it is proof that Holocaust deniers do not want the truth, but instead they hate Jews and want to see another Holocaust that would finish the job of destroying all Jews everywhere.

One such Holocaust denier, the president of Iran, Ahmadinejad, has called repeatedly for the Jews to be wiped off the earth and that their name be forgotten forever. By the way, that statement is almost an exact quote from Psalm 84:3. Sadly, I must report that the worst Holocaust for the Jews is yet to come according to the ancient Jewish prophet Zechariah. In Zechariah 13:8, the prophet reveals that in the Tribulation to come, two out of every three Jews will be killed, that means eight million Jews will die in the next Holocaust.

On Holocaust Rememberance Day, we should indeed mourn the six million that died, but also be reminded that the next Holocaust will be the worst one ever to take place.