Can there be anything more reprehensible than the recent spectacle of haredi Orthodox Jewish boys wearing yellow stars of David and striped black-and-white concentration camp uniforms at a demonstration in Jerusalem? Offended by Israeli authorities' efforts to curtail abuse of women and girls in haredi neighborhoods, the demonstrators desecrated the memory of the more than 1.5 million Jewish children whose suffering and death will be remembered on Jan. 27 at the United Nations' annual Holocaust commemoration. "This protest," said one of the rally's organizers, "reflects the Zionists' persecution of the haredi public, which we see as worse than what the Nazis did."President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill knew that [Benjamin] and virtually every other Jewish child in Nazi-occupied Europe were about to be brutally murdered. On Dec. 17, 1942, the United States, Great Britain and the USSR had condemned the German government's "bestial policy of cold-blooded extermination" of Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe. Yet Benjamin's fate was not a priority for any government.