“Never Again” has been used by politicians, writers, activists, and Holocaust survivors to foster awareness of the warning signs of genocide, and to emphasize that Jews will never be victims again. But with the Hamas atrocities the phrase has taken on stark and horrific meaning.
The hashtag #NeverAgainIsNow is growing in popularity. The brutality and carnage of Hamas has been revealed in bloodied bodies, decimated homes, empty cribs, and broken toys haphazardly scattered in once-idyllic kibbutz settings. But as Israel prepares for a ground war, will the graphic descriptions of Hamas’ horrifying actions make a difference?