It will be 75 years ago when Pearl Harbor was attacked, the greatest generation's 9-11.
This past weekend I watched some documentaries on the History channel and the National Geographic channel about WWII.
I saw again the horrendous piles of the dead Jews in concentration camps.
I have seen these photos and videos numerous times over the years. But it never fails to affect me.
I am in shock and wonder how such an atrocity could have happened for so long to so many.
To treat the Jews as if they were nothing, to take away all that made them human. To treat them as garbage to be thrown into a pile.
Then I think of Israel, and all that is going on over there, through the years.
No matter how Israel became a country in this century, it seems to me that it is the least that we can do for the Jews, to give them a place that they can call home.
They have had no home, no nation, for 2,000 years. And although it was not the Palestinians that took their home, but the Romans, it is just a little strip of land. Land that was considered the Promised Land that God gave to His people so long ago, before Islam.
And even though the Israelites took it from the Canaanites, were the Canaanites the first people there?
I honestly don't know. And I feel bad for the Palestinians who have lost their homes when Israel was created.
I wish that the two groups could peacefully co-exist, or that each group could have their own country. But that doesn't seem to be an option for the few that create problems for the whole.
But I do know that no matter what, after seeing those piles of dead bodies like garbage, I am convinced that Israel belongs to the Jews. It is the least that humanity can do.