Nearly seven decades after the Holocaust, the world now lives in a day when anti-Semitism is back on the rise.
Some even worry another Holocaust is within the realm of possibility.
"The most dangerous thing is what could happen again and I don't see it being very far or impossible," Pastor Bahjat Batarsel Ph.D. said.
"There are countries today that threaten Israel should be removed from the map of the world," he warned.
Israel has expressed concern over terror groups, like Hezbollah, possessing missiles that have the ability to hit anywhere inside the Jewish state.
What is fueling this growth in anti-Semitic activity? Susanna Kokkonen, director of The Christian Friends of Yad Vashem at The National Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem, answers this and more on CBN Newswatch, Oct. 24.