The parshiot this week are Acharei Mot, which means “after the death of” and can be found in Leviticus 16:1-19:1, and Kedoshim, which means “holy [ones]” and can be found in Leviticus 19:2-20:27.
The two parshiot are Tazria and Metzora which can be found in Leviticus 12:2 and Leviticus 14:2, respectively. Tzaria means “conceives” and Metzora is translated as leper.
The best way to remember the Holocaust and to honor its victims is through raising awareness.
I am willing to concede that this is simply an oversight, but it is one that must not be repeated.
On the first day of Passover, we read from Exodus 12:21-51.