Today marks Holocaust Remembrance Day, which in Hebrew is called “Yom HaShoah” and comes from our verse in Zephaniah describing the devastating destruction of Jerusalem. Yom HaShoah was established by the Knesset and coincides with the anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising, remembering not only the destruction of European Jewry, but recalling the heroic revolt. On this day, let us memorialize the six million who perished by strengthening our commitment to God, and intensifying our Torah learning.
This incredible CD-set describes historical events and personal accounts of survivors before and during the war years. You'll get an in-depth analysis of the political, social, and moral issues affecting perpetrators and victims, collaborators and resisters, apologists and rescue workers during the most appalling event of the twentieth century.
Yes, I do LOVE the photos and stories. When I see your photos and read the stories it helps me stay connected to Israel and reminds me to pray for her peace and protection. Blessings to you Rabbi! Shari T., Michigan, USA
Shalom, I live in Brisbane, Australia. God called me to pray for Israel. I hope to visit you one day. Rosemary