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At Auschwitz, Holocaust survivors scarred by October 7 march in a show of resilience – The Times of Israel

| May 11, 2024

OWICIM, Poland The thought of visiting Auschwitz had never even occurred to Bella Haim, an Israeli Holocaust survivor who was born not far from the former Nazi death camp near Krakow. A founder of Kibbutz Gvulot near Gaza, Haim, 86, arrived in Israel at the age of 17 determined to make her patch of desert blossom, as the Zionist adage goes, and raise a family amid the multiple wars and crises that have shaped Israels story

Ziv Kipper, Murdered in Egypt, Had a ‘Big Jewish Heart’ – CrownHeights.info

| May 11, 2024

After welcoming the visiting rabbis, Kipper put on tefillin and spoke to them for hours about his life and how he lives in Egypt as a Jew. Credit: Mendel Goldman by Mordechai Lightstone chabad.org When news broke of Israeli-Canadian Ziv Kippers murder in Alexandria, Egypt, on May 7, a widely shared photo showed him smiling widely, wearingtefillin,with twoChabadrabbinical students at his side

Holocaust survivors actively campaign against resurging denial – JNS.org – JNS.org

| May 11, 2024

(May 5, 2024 / JNS) The New York-based Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany has launched #CancelHate, a digital initiative in which Holocaust survivors worldwide respond to antisemitic comments that proliferate on social media. In stark videos, the survivors steel themselves to read slurs such as The Holocaust was a lieStop spreading misinformation and There were no gas chambers. I have the same goals as Hitler: Exile the Jews and keep their degeneracy out of society.

Review: Irena’s Vow labours to rise above Holocaust clichs – The Globe and Mail

| April 20, 2024

The main action in Irenas Vow is triggered by a chilling scene in a Polish street where a Nazi officer murders a baby in front of its mother. Chilling but predictable: This new Holocaust drama about a Polish nurse who successfully hid a dozen Jews in the home of a Nazi commander treads familiar ground. A co-production between Poland and Canada, lead by Quebec director Louise Archambault and written by Canadian Dan Gordon based on his own play, it includes many scenes where the tension feels rote.

Passover is the time to reset oneself – The Jerusalem Post

| April 20, 2024

Its a few days before Passover and Jews in Israel and in the diaspora are preparing for Passover by cleaning the house and baking matzahs. Last night, Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto arrived at the mitzvah bakery in the Williamsburg district of New York. Surrounded by his sons, his successor Rabbi Yoel Pinto and Rabbi Meir Eliyahu Pinto, Rabbi Pinto himself inserted the matzahs in the oven and baked them for Passover

Empty chairs, mirrors and pomegranates: How Jews are bringing the war to their seder table – The Jerusalem Post

| April 20, 2024

As Jews around the world read the haggadah at their seder tables every year, they encounter a passage instructing them to see themselves as if they personally left Egypt. This year, some of them will also have on their seder tables a symbol of the perseverance of women traumatized in captivity.

Empathy Is Part of Our Jewish DNA – Tablet Magazine

| April 20, 2024

The Passover Seder is always a night of questions.

At This Chicago Dive Bar, Matzo Ball Soup Is the Malort Chaser of Choice – Eater Chicago

| April 20, 2024

Chris and Calvin Marty, the owners behind Best Intentions, say they dont make a big deal that theyre Jewish. The brothers, who opened their Logan Square bar in 2015, grew up in Cambridge, Wisconsin, a village about 60 miles west of Milwaukee and with a population of about 1,600.

Rockland County crime: Man arrested after Orthodox Jewish man stabbed multiple times in driveway of Ramapo home – WABC-TV

| April 20, 2024

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Hebrew University professor arrested on suspicion of incitement for questioning Hamas Oct. 7 atrocities – The Times of Israel

| April 20, 2024

An Arab Israeli professor from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has been arrested on suspicion of incitement after questioning Hamas rapes and other atrocities during the October 7 attacks and saying Israelis are criminals and should be afraid. Officers bring in Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, a criminologist and law professor, for questioning at a police station in the Jerusalem suburb of Mevasseret Zion


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