On Holocaust remembrance day, Europe mourns the killings of the innocent people of the Jews community. The headquarters of the European Commission has lit up in the memory of the victims of the Holocaust on Thursday night, January 27, 2022.
While informing about the recognition of the remembrance day, European Commission, through its Facebook post, stated,” Tonight, our headquarters in Brusells are lit up for the first time in the memory of the victims of the Holocaust“.
“In the Nazi regime, Jewish women, men and children, have been suffered a lot, and we give tribute to those who survived and become the victim of Nazism”, cited European Commission on social media.
It further asserted that Jewish people, community, and life are an integral part of Europe. It means a lot for the history and future of the continent.
Earlier on Wednesday, January 26, 2022, the European Commission, through his Facebook Page, asserted the sufferings of the people of the Jewish community in the Nazi regime.
While informing about the Jews’ sufferings, the EU cited,” a total of six million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust“.
It further urged that we should observe a one minute silence for each victim as the suffering they have faced, 11 years would not be enough to mourn their sorrows.
“Seventy-seven years have been passed out for the Second World War, but still the memories related to the Holocaust has constantly threatened us, and the conspiracy theories and disinformation have promoted the antisemitic narratives which have taken a million lives”, European Commission noted.
As per European Commission, they are determined to win this fight, and we have adopted a strategy for curtailing antisemitism and fostering Jewish life in Europe last year.
While stressing the safety of Jews community, the EU underscored,” The commission has taken 70 substantial actions which would be to tackle antisemitism online, further ensure the security of Jews community and create the strong network of the place where all massacre happened and also foster the cultures of remembrance in entire Europe.
At last, it urged that the Holocaust was a massive disaster and Antisemitism was the fundamental reason behind the massacre, asserted,” We must never forget it”.