Led by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, thousands of Jews from around the world on Thursday remembered the victims of the Holocaust in the “March of the Living” at the site of the largest Nazi death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, where some 1.5 million people, most of them Jews, were killed in Nazi-occupied Poland. Many marchers carried Israeli flags and wore jackets with Israel’s blue-and-white colors, bearing witness to the failure of the Nazi goal of wiping out the Jews of Europe. The march coincided with the annual Holocaust memorial day in Israel. At 10 a.m., air raid sirens wailed throughout Israel for two minutes as people stopped whatever they were doing and stood in silence, and traffic came to a standstill. May the German Nazi swine and their collaborators, those damned bystanders, the reprehensible spectators, the mute witnesses who were as silent as the mounds of eyeglasses, the piles of shoes, the heaps of empty suitcases that still stand in quiet rebuke in Auschwitz today, burn in Hell for their atrocities committed against the Jewish people.Am Yisrael Chai.