It would be an understatement to say that the holocaust, which happened during the WWII was a tragic event. Approximately six million innocent Jewish men, women, and children were ordered to be executed (mostly in gas chambers) by the German Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler.
The Jews were separated from their families, stripped off of their possessions, and were forced to live inhumanely in concentration camps where starvation, sickness, and death befell them.
Now, only the memories of that war depicted by movies such as the Schindler’s List, The Boy in Stripped Pajamas, or books like Anne Frank, remind the people across the globe of that horrendous event.
But for the people of Israel, that dark period in their history still live in the hearts and minds of their people. Every year, on the 27th day of Nisan according to the Hebrew calendar, the Jews commemorate “The Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day” otherwise known as “Yom HaShoah”. This event was inaugurated in 1953 by the then Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and President Yitzhak Ben-Zvi. Holocaust Day became a national memorial day and public holiday in Israel.
An air raid siren sounds all throughout the country and the people would stop and spend a minute in silence to reflect on the significance of the holocaust.
In the video, you’ll hear the chilling sound of the siren and see how the people stopped, even in the busy highway to get out of their cars and pay respect to all the lives that were lost during that war.
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Just when you thought most customer service representatives are bad.
We've all had bad experiences with customer service representatives one way or the other. There are those who are simply rude, lazy, and downright obnoxious.
Sometimes I wonder if those people just feel miserable about what they are doing or maybe they're just too exhausted to care for whatever it is we need or search for. Just imagine attending to other people's needs all the time, I mean, they must have loads of problems too, right?
Nevertheless, we get irritated with their unacceptable behavior because yes, everyone's got a problem and that's never an excuse for behaving badly towards others (especially when you're in that line of work).
People Never Understand the Rants of Red Flag Days Until This Guy Did This!
If she’s on her period!
While a lot of dudes oftentimes, if not always, misinterpret “dudetes”, there is still a handful out there who luckily understand the same wavelength women have to go through upon weathering their red flag days.
Thankfully, as hilarious as it may sound, this guy summarized pretty much all there is to know when Mr. Red came knocking at a woman’s door and boy are they both comedian yet awesomely genuine! Well, if you are looking for the right kind of guy then he just might be a keeper.
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This Romantic Guy Proposed to His Girlfriend in The Most Amazing Way Possible!
What a man!
Fairy tales exist! This is what a 35-year-old resident of Walsall, West Mids proved as he set up the probably most romantic surprise for his long-time 32-year-old partner named Tara Barber.
Waking up as early as 4:00a.m., Paul Bakewell assisted in decorating his lovey dovey’s usual way to work with a giant billboard that will greet her with a 20ft-tall, 30ft-wide billboard carrying the message: “Tara you've changed my life. Will you marry me?”
Paul Bakewell, set the trends as he proposed with the help of a giant billboard.
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