Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin on Wednesday said, "The world remembers, but is silent" ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Thursday.
Speaking before the Knesset to mark the remembrance day, Rivlin said: "Six years after the world established International Holocaust Remembrance Day and vowed to remember - the serpent of destruction against raises its head. It turns out that in complete contrast to the hopes of the Zionist movement, an old anti-Semitism is emerging again."
He continued: "Today, we're not talking anymore about secret protocols, so tomorrow no country can claim that it didn't know and didn't hear. The snake has announced its intentions with the UN, and today its venom is aimed at the entire free world. So just remembering the Holocaust is not enough."