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Bobby’s Story: Living with Faith after the Holocaust

An Auschwitz survivor shares her faith with the Next Generation.

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Published: July 13, 2013

Visitor Comments: 76

(73) Aliza, August 20, 2013 3:29 AM

Wow!

The only peace of mind I have, is that the Nazis and Hitler, yemach shemo, are being repaid for their actions by Hashem.

(72) PETER FIELD, July 24, 2013 7:27 PM

GOD BLESS BOBBY

Thank you Bobby for sharing your story with us in South Africa it is so sad that millions of people had to die for nothing but the Jewish people have tenasity and you are GOD'S chosen people and as a friend of Israel God Bless you Bobby

(71) Anonymous, July 23, 2013 5:01 PM

Amazing!

Amazing story, thank you! It transcends the lines of religious vs. not religious, etc. and reminds us no matter what, we are Jews.

(70) sandrine, July 19, 2013 3:07 PM

Everybody must know this part of history

Not only JEWS but Everybody must talk, see videos about the most part of "human".
Because it must never and never begin again.
Everybody must care about antisemitism...
And for Rescapes of this tragedy: stay and stay together because it's part of a Family's heritage.
Teach and teach...
And I will never forget the pictures i saw at NATZWILLER ( FRANCE-67) ( medical' experiences...). Many JEWS of the East of Europe were deported in this "devil's house". I don't imagine about Auschwitz, but the "courage" is to see what Men did to others because of Religion and "inferiority" mind: Tziganes, Resistants,Sicks persons.
Best Regards and Shalom Yall'.

(69) Ella, July 18, 2013 12:42 AM

Todah Rabah

Thank you Bobby for sharing your story that what you had to endure will not be lost to future generations. I was born in 1944 so was just a baby when all this was taking place. Even though I am in the diaspora and have no proof of my Hebraic heritage, I feel a great remorse for those who had to endure the Holocaust. I am thankful for those of you who were spared and still walk in the love of HaShem May you continue to live in health and Shalom. Bless you from the depth of my being.

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