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On Yom HaShoah -- Holocaust Remembrance Day

On Sunday, the Day of Remembrance when we honor the millions who perished in the Holocaust, I'll be discussing "The Attack," with my Jewish book group. The novel is an interesting tale about an Arab who has made a foothold in Israeli society, but finds his life shattered by a suicide bombing.

It's a sad reminder that the violence in Israel did not end with World War II. Hardly. It has dogged the young nation ever since it was born, and recent events give me little confidence that the situation is improving dramatically.

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For more about the Days of Remembrance, which run from April 11-18, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is a great resouce.

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