The Holocaust isn't Kosher
Debating the Holocaust: A New Look At Both Sides
by Thomas Dalton , Ph.D
Everybody should feel free to question whatever they want, including the holocaust (Hebrew shoah/burnt offering) or whether or not Obama is a natural born citizen. Furthermore, even Jewish law, biblical law, knows our Great Creator God doesn't accept human burnt offerings (Judges 11:29-40) - they're pagan and treif (unclean, not kosher) - although the God of Israel respects martyrdom (The Suffering Servant) and honors the death of His Suffering Servant (Yeshua is the Suffering Servant), so why persist in polluting such a word? Especially when the vast majority of Jews did not offer themselves as sacrifices for any cause or reason. They were marked for death simply for being Jews. Some got swept away due to circumstances beyond their control, suffering for the irresponsibility of others, especially their bloody leaders (Miriam Weiss: Holocaust Survivor and Kibbutz Mother). Other Jews failed to save themselves by taking the warnings they were given seriously or were just plain hypocrites (WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE RABBIS?.
Don't call it the holocaust: from now on call it Hitler's war against the Jews, attempted genocide, ethnic cleansing, or just plain old persecution since too many Jews downplay or deny or are ignorant about the ethnocentric aspects of the Bible and Judaism.