By: Mark Leon Goldberg on January 28, 2008 The UN marked Holocaust remembrance day yesterday. From the UN News Center As the global community today marked the third International Day in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the occasion should serve to honour the victims and educate future generations. In a message on the Day, the Secretary-General said it is not enough to remember, honour and grieve for the dead. “As we do, we must also educate, nurture and care for the living.” Then, in a not so subtle swipe at the leader of a member state, Ban added. “To those who claim that the Holocaust never happened, or has been exaggerated, we respond by reiterating our determination to honour the memory of every innocent man, woman and child murdered at the hands of the Nazis and their accomplices.” Read more.