This is how these Australians Remember- Never forget!

by Michael Sax

Last month, a group of over 70 people in Australia – including children of Holocaust survivors and Shoah survivor Tuwia Lipson – came together to honor Yom HaShoah, Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day. They are making sure that we will Never forget what happened.

Never forget the Holocaust

These descendants know that we can’t just forget how the world turned its back on the Jewish nation. How the Nazis and their helpers slaughtered six million Jews.

They wanted to make a standing formation of a Magen David over an unused railway line. Everyone was given yellow t-shirts and yellow hats, which signified the yellow Star of David that the Nazis forced all Jews to wear. The result speaks volumes. As a result, these young adults are making sure that they will Never forget what happened in the Holocaust.

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This is not a regular star. It is the Star of David. Made by 67 people. Standing on an unused railway line. They are descendants of Holocaust survivors.

During the Holocaust, the Nazis forced Jews to wear a yellow star. The human star is a project created by RememberTheYom. Together with the Jewish community of Melbourne, Australia. Their goal is to commemorate Yom HaShoah, Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day.

They want to create meaningful dialogue about what this day means. “We are in awe of these survivors,” RememberTheYom founders said. “They are our very own heroes, who survived and created a life for us that we are eternally grateful for.” In the center of the star is 92-year-old Tuwia Lipson. A Holocaust survivor. “With Tuwia in the middle, it was like he was being protected by the Star of David.”


As time goes on, there are less and less survivors. Additionally, muslim extremists and leftist extremists are abusing and misusing the Holocaust. Therefore, we are facing a battle of time and fake history. We must remember what happened and never forget the great crimes that were committed.


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