"Culture" Minister Miri Regev actually added theatrical props in the form of train sounds, barking dogs to simulate an already fake, staged event.
The train car photo below with Jews is rather not very "Holocaust" looking. I guess the Germans gave out what looks like a camera or binoculars to Jews 'on the way to the gas chambers'. What a bloody farce the entire matter is.
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We Really Nailed the Holocaust': Israeli Minister Adds Sounds of Trains, Barking Dogs to Independence Day Ceremony
Regev was up until 4 A.M. 'nailing' the Holocaust part of Israel's official Independence Day commemoration, which will also include kids wearing yellow stars
Haaretz Apr 17, 2018 1:07 PM
FILE PHOTO: Jews during the Holocaust
Culture Minister Miri Regev on Tuesday praised the way in which the Holocaust is to be portrayed in Israel's annual Independence Day ceremony, saying that she was "very pleased with the way we managed to nail the Holocaust" during the planned performance.
Regev, who chairs the committee that oversees the ceremony, instructed organizers on Monday to add sound effects to the section dealing with the Holocaust, which is to feature children wearing yellow badges on the stage.
The effects she asked to be added include loud train noise and barking dogs, in an apparent attempt to recreate the atmosphere during the arrival of Jews at concentration, labor, and death camps during the Holocaust. The effects were not originally part of the planned performance and were added to the ceremony during a dress rehearsal on Monday.
Regev told Army Radio on Tuesday that during the dress rehearsal of the ceremony she was struck by the felling that it portrayed the Holocaust as merely another event in the history of the Israeli people.
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Regev adds Holocaust effects to Independence Day event, says she ‘nailed it’
Torch-lighting ceremony to include sounds of dogs barking and trains approaching, as children with yellow stars and suitcases walk across stage
Byy TOI STAFF 17 April 201
Minister of Culture Miri Regev speaks during a ceremony at the Knesset honoring the torch lighters of the 70th Independence Day state ceremony at Mount Herzl, that will take place this week. April 15, 2018. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
Some attendees at the dress rehearsal for the torch-lighting event on Monday night told Army Radio that, at one point during the show, they were shocked to hear the sounds of trains and dogs barking coming from dozens of loudspeakers, as children wearing yellow stars and carrying suitcases walked across the stage.