Sacrificed on the Altar of Jihad Terror

In 2009, author Lila Rosenbloom wrote about the act of remembrance in Judaism.  One of the most important ways that the State of Israel chooses to remember the Holocaust is to sound a two-minute long siren throughout the country.  Sirens that are typically used to alert the country to imminent danger, are sounded so that during the appointed time, siren blasts shriek in every village, town, and city in the land and people stop in their tracks.  Vehicles stop in mid-intersections, and all is silent.  Yet “all the silent space is pervaded by the fullness of the same wail.”