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Elie Wiesel on Bearing Witness

Elie Wiesel on Bearing Witness

Nobel Laureate and Auschwitz survivor calls on the world to remember, to question, and to examine ourselves.

Holocaust Memory In Israel

Holocaust Memory In Israel

It is in fact because we did not have Israel that the Holocaust could happen.

Teaching Our Children the Pain of Memory

Teaching Our Children the Pain of Memory

Each year on these days, we bear the pain for the sake of a memory we dare not forget. And with the tides of hate rising around us, we must be willing to bear the burden as well.

Holocaust and ‘Hatikvah’: A Song of Hope in a Time of Despair

Holocaust and ‘Hatikvah’: A Song of Hope in a Time of Despair

A national anthem written more than 50 years before the birth of the state for which it was composed, “Hatikvah” has served as a source of hope and inspiration for Jews who have found themselves in the most dire of circumstances.

Yom HaShoah: Names We Remember.

Yom HaShoah: Names We Remember.

My heart is heavy, I choke back tears, and I cherish the moment every year that I stand in silence with the nation of Israel as the siren reminds us of our eternal connection - to the dead, to the living, and to each other.

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March for the Future

March for the Future

We as the Jewish people must understand who we were and where we have been yesterday, in order to understand who and where we are today and who and where we want to be tomorrow.

March of the Living and Israel Forever: A Shared Mission

March of the Living and Israel Forever: A Shared Mission

Israel Forever and the March of the Living are working to make a positive change in the future of memory and connection for March of the Living Alumni around the world.

Holocaust and Hatikvah

Holocaust and Hatikvah

We remember the 6 million Jews who lost their lives simply for being Jews. Civilized nations remained silent as an entire world was nearly destroyed. It is our responsibility that we shall never remain silent in the face of memory even as we move further away from the tragedy that took the lives of so many.

Remembering the Holocaust In Israel’s National Living Room

Remembering the Holocaust In Israel’s National Living Room

“This was the most moving event we’ve hosted here at Beit Hanassi,” President Reuven Rivlin told a small group of visitors to the official residence on the day before Holocaust Remembrance Day. Judy Lash Balint shares a most moving experience as a part of Zikaron BaSalon.

Transformation In Poland

Transformation In Poland

We, as Jews, will always have a home in Israel. We will be accepted and welcomed, and this was a goal for which our ancestors fought so hard to accomplish.

Yom HaShoah In Israel Through Photographs And Songs

Yom HaShoah In Israel Through Photographs And Songs

While listening to songs heard throughout Israel during Yom HaShoah, witness photographs of brave men and women who were lost to us during the Holocaust. We will never forget.

Crossing Paths with Professor and Writer Elie Wiesel

Crossing Paths with Professor and Writer Elie Wiesel

Professor Elie Wiesel was instrumental in my conviction, determination, and persistence which led me to translate, research and eventually publish my book, based on my mother’s journals. His advice to me was not to be afraid of the journey ahead.

Write to Holocaust Survivors in Israel

Write to Holocaust Survivors in Israel

Write an inspirational letter of friendship to holocaust survivors in Israel and fill their heart with joy!

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