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When We Said “Never Again,” We Meant It

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When We Said “Never Again,” We Meant It
Posted on October 21, 2023 by Victor Rosenthal
My heart is breaking. What I surmised yesterday, but was afraid to write has turned out to be true. I have never wanted to be wrong more than I do this morning. But I can’t pretend that “it will be OK,” as Israelis like to say.