Haaretz wrote: "Munich says carnival parade on Holocaust Day is unstoppable -- Despite complaints from Jewish groups that the date is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a carnival parade through the city of Munich is set to go ahead Sunday.The annual date was established by the UN General Assembly in 2005 and is not a public holiday in Germany.According to a report to appear Wednesday in the Berlin newspaper Tagesspiegel, Christian Ude, mayor of Munich, said, "The day doesn't have a legal status here, so we have no way to stop such an event being held." Chareidio responds: The parade is scheduled on the only day available for them in their 'Fasching' holiday period preceding Lent. So when the city learned of the conflict, they did what they could do which was to change the parade route so that it wouldn't pass by the Holocaust memorial, which was probably not a very easy task to accomplish logistically for an event that size. The behavior at these carnivals is disgusting any day of the year, but that's not the issue here. Haaretz, eager to make a good headline, neglected to report a critical fact that would have made 'news', not just rhetoric.