Religion & Beliefs

Deviant Sect Builds New Temple in Skokie

Just in time for Yom HaShoah, the second of three major holidays in the Holocaustian calendar, the Holocaustian community of Skokie – a community overwhelmingly descended from Jews who once practiced Judaism (remember, the Nazis do not differentiate between Jews … Read More

By / April 13, 2009

Just in time for Yom HaShoah, the second of three major holidays in the Holocaustian calendar, the Holocaustian community of Skokie – a community overwhelmingly descended from Jews who once practiced Judaism (remember, the Nazis do not differentiate between Jews and Holocaustians!) – has completed construction of a new temple, the Illinois Holocaust Museum Worship Center.

While perhaps not quite as magnificent as Chicago’s Spertus center built by the mainstream Jewish community in downtown Chicago, this new Holocaust temple provides memorial worship to one of the great tragedies of American Holocaustian history that almost happened: a Nazi march in Skokie. It is hoped that this new temple, estimated to cost a mere $45 million, will prevent this march that almost happened in Skokie from ever being forgotten.