On Monday April 8, 2013 the nation of Israel, once again, paused to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. Known in Hebrew as 'Yom Ha Shoa' the day is one of the most somber in Israel, as the Jewish nation remembers our 6-million loved ones who were massacred at the hands of Hitler's Nazis.
In this video, you'll see the 'moment of silence' that happens at 10am local time. For 2 minutes, a siren blares across the country, and the entire nation comes to a stand-still.
We hope you'll join with Israel, today, in honoring the innocent who were killed in the Holocaust.