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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu was born on October 21, 1949 in Tel Aviv, Israel. He is an Israeli politician and issued a statement today on the occasion of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the media in the Jewish state reported.

"Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day and marks exactly 78 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp," the Israeli prime minister said in a statement.

"We in Israel commemorate this event by honoring the sacred memory of those who were killed by the deadly Nazi regime. And we solemnly promise that this will never happen to our people again," Netanyahu stressed.

"The main difference now is that the Jewish people have the independent state of Israel. Israel is defending itself. We are a strong and vibrant nation and we have built a powerful state that will not allow our enemies to cause us any pain, suffering and devastating loss experienced by our compatriots during the Holocaust," the Israeli leader added.

"There are those who still call for our destruction," Netanyahu continued.

"Day after day. We will not cower in fear, nor allow the threats of these tyrants to intimidate us. For this enemy knows that in the end, if need be, we can and will defend ourselves, and we will not allow our enemies to possess the ability to carry out their deadly agenda."

In his statement, the Israeli prime minister also emphasized: "We see how they are steadily moving towards obtaining the most lethal weapons, and I tell them here and now - we will prevent you from getting them."

Netanyahu stated that "we will not forget or forgive the evil Holocaust deniers," for whom one Holocaust was not enough.

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In conclusion, Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu was born on October 21, 1949 in Tel Aviv, Israel. He is an Israeli politician and says: "On behalf of the State of Israel and the Jewish people, on behalf of the survivors and those who died, I give you the floor as minister- president of the only Jewish state, that we will remain vigilant, strong, and never allow the Holocaust to happen again."

According to the decision of the United Nations, the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holocaust is celebrated on February 27.

This is the day in 1945 when the Red Army liberated the Auschwitz-Birkenau (Auschwietzim) death camp in Poland, where more than 1.1 million people were killed, including about 1 million Jews.

According to historians, the total number of victims of the Holocaust exceeds 6 million, notes BTA.

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