@klara_alexandra from the Czech Union of Jewish Students remembers. #JewishStudents remember. #WeR#WeRemember. @worldjewishcongress “I am humbled to join the #WeRemember as a member of @JewishStudents. My grandfather was the only member of his family who survived the Shoah thanks to the brave maid who pretended he was her son. And yet, in 2018, my father still votes for the neonazi party - we need to remember.”
Thank you for taking us to Israel💙! Psalm 122:6-7 Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee. Peace be within thy walls, and prosperity within thy palaces.
This adorable young boy's best friend was a 94 year old Holocaust survivor who passed away last June. This special relationship was even written into a children's book.
This boy's story absolutely had us moved!
On January 27, International Holocaust Rememberance Day, we all remember.
Via: World Jewish Congress
“You can close your eyes to reality but not to memories” [Stanislaw Jerzy Leo].
I joined the #WeRemember campaign for the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Join me and post your photo as well. We are not allowed to forget. @worldjewishcongress
All the adults in these photos are holocaust survivors from Transylvania at the time it was Hungarian territory .
Children here were borne after 1945 .
We the second generation of the holocaust remember !
The best revenge is a thriving new generation .
We are together in spirit and mind my friends and family since primary school .
Living in Israel ,USA, Australia and Europe .
We will never forget .
Racism has no place among civilized people !!!
One week from today, on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we will dedicate our set to the victims of genocide.
Join us as we hold space for human beings who have senselessly lost their lives to nationalism, hate, greed, and fear.
Existence is the vehicle for change. Communication paves the road to peace.
Jan 27 @tiltwoclub#exist#resist#freespeech#WeRemember
The White House originally presented Pence's trip as focused on supporting Christian communities in the Middle East. The trip was supposed to include a stop in Bethlehem and a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. However, following U.S. President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the Palestinians declared that Pence, who played an important role in the policy change, is "not welcome" in Bethlehem.
As a result, Pence will not meet any Palestinians during his visit – and according to an official schedule released by the Israeli government, there are no meetings planned with Christian leaders. A number of Christian leaders in the Middle East, including in Egypt, declared that they will refuse to meet with Pence because of the Trump administration's "hostility" towards the Palestinians.
The schedule released by the Israeli government suggests that Pence's visit to the Western Wall, which is located beyond the 1967 lines and therefore is not recognized by the world as part of Israel, will take place without the presence of any Israeli political leaders, just like the visit Trump made to the holy site in May. Pence will be accompanied only by the rabbi in charge of the site, and the media arrangements will be handled by the American embassy in Israel, not the Israeli government press office.