“For the dead and the living, we must bear witness.” Elie Wiesel

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New investigation into newborns abducted from Yemenite families reveals practice may have gone beyond Middle Eastern Jewish communities By Raoul Wootliff August 14, 2016, 1:06 pm Stories of babies “disappeared” from Yemenite families by Israel in the early years of …

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Lisa J. Huriash Contact Reporter Sun Sentinel DIRECT VIDEO LINK This has never been about the money, said Norman Trysk-Frajman. It’s about his fading memories, and the principle of it all. All that Trysk-Frajman has left of his grandparents who …

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Awards made Saturday night at event in Orlando, Fla. Posted: August 8, 2016 – 11:14am By Phil Anderson phil.anderson@cjonline.com A Topeka author who chronicled the amazing story of a Holocaust survivor won four gold medal awards last weekend at the Florida …

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A French Olympian who is the grandson of a Holocaust survivor won a silver medal with his team on Monday in the men’s freestyle relay finals at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. The swimmer, Fabien Gilot, — who, as Tablet …

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By Adrienne Holguin on July 16, 2016 Out of the 30 original Holocaust survivors who resettled in El Paso several decades ago, just a handful remains alive. As these survivors reach the end of their lives, many wonder how future …

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Corey Samuels traveled to Washington, D.C., to honor her late grandfather, who survived Nazi death camps By Pam Kragen | 4:29 p.m. July 12, 2016 CARDIFF — For the last 40 years of his life, Henry Oertelt dedicated his life to …

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By Andrew Hasbun PHOENIX (KSAZ) – It was an unimaginable horror, millions of people killed during the Holocaust. Some lived including a woman who now lives in Phoenix, who survived the Nazi’s most notorious death camp, Auschwitz. Magda Willinger remembers …

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By Bernard Avishai July 4, 2016   Elie Wiesel, who died on Saturday, wrote fifty-seven books, yet the obituaries and tributes refer to him more consistently as a witness than a writer. His moral authority, which he earned and sought, …

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Esther Allweiss Ingber | Contributing Writer Detroit Jewish News Children of Holocaust survivors (2Gs) gradually become aware of having “different” families. Their European-born parents exhibit varying degrees of trauma. As young adults, the 2Gs began forming organizations for themselves. The …

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Like many powerful Holocaust documentaries, “Names, Not Numbers” features emotional first-hand testimonies from aging survivors who somehow managed to live through the horrors of genocide when many of their loved ones did not. The inhumanity and cruelty they recount are …

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