Dancing at the Concentration Camp

Celebrating being Jewish even in times of darkness.

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(3) Anonymous, November 5, 2018 4:37 PM

there is no posuk in psalms of "sisu besimchas toroh"

from the words of rabbi cohen it sounds as if katz sang and danced from the words in the tehilim given to him by his mother. as far as i know there is no posuk like that in a tehilim--but it appears in a sidur or machzor for the piyutim after the hakofos. if i am right please correct the the mistake(i fully understand that this was the only thing he remembered)but it sounds as if this was in his book. let me know please--sorry to trouble you--keep up your great work- may hasem bless you all.

(2) Anonymous, November 5, 2018 1:16 AM

As we commemorate “ Kistalnacht “ we say: Never Again! Those who do not know much about the shtetl or the suffering of that horrific period in our history get the book: Triumph After All Site: store.bookbaby.com/book/ Triumph After All It’s a survivor’s story of strength and faith in Hashem.

(1) Troy Heffernan, November 4, 2018 10:16 PM

I would like to focus on one thing: anti-Semitism! It is the sin of SINS! Those who who commit anti-Semitism either in thought, word or by deed, will have to answer to God for it! Jews are the "chosen" People of God. The Jews have a special place in God's Kingdom!

 

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