Gantz: Our enemies still calling for annihilation of Jews

May 1, 2011 15:57


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IDF chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen Benny Gantz on Sunday said that seven decades after the beginning of the Holocaust, enemies were still calling to annihilate the Jews. Gantz was speaking at an event preceding Holocaust Remembrance day at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.

"The horrors of the Shoah did not take place on another planet but were the reality for millions who went to their deaths," Gantz, a son of Holocaust survivors stated. "Because of this, we take our enemies seriously and remain ready and aware," he added.

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