I will say Yizkor on Shavuot remembering my relatives who were murdered by good Christians in the first half of the twentieth century. I also will remember the millions of Jews who were slaughtered by good Christians during the last 2,000 years (“The persecution of Christians and the moral challenge for Jews,” May 1).
If Rabbi Prouser has no one to remember, he might say Yizkor for the Jews who were “randomly” killed in Paris.
It is a shame that we vote for anti-Semites. It is outrages to ask us to remember them fondly.