Poland Video Log Part 8: Final Thoughts

Reflections on the Holocaust from the Jewish Quarter of Krakow.

Comments (11)

(11) Sherri, November 10, 2010 12:29 PM

Thank you so much

To Rabbi Yaakov Saloman, As a Jewish woman, your videos have deeply moved me and have put a deeper faith in my heart for the return of our Jewish messiah. G-D bless you!

(10) Anonymous, November 10, 2010 12:28 PM

remembering...

Dear Rabbi Salomon: This e-mail recaps the incredible opportunity I had to be on the March of the Living as nurse-chaperone in 1994. We were in each spot and inside the Yeshiva, where we could see where the mezuzot had been on each doorway. Thank you for this re-journey.

(9) Anonymous, November 10, 2010 12:28 PM

Poland Video Log was extraordinary.

(8) devorah, November 10, 2010 12:28 PM

8 videios on holocaust

hi, i am 25 year old and my husband 33. we both imigrated from iran and are now living in los angeles. we both watched your 8 part tapes. they were breath taking, amazing, sad, and inspiring. we wished they were longer and showed more. thanks you and thank you aish for producing such learning tools for us all. please let us know if there are other video's we can see. thank and g-d bless you!

(7) BinyominKaufman, October 3, 2006 9:31 PM

Thank you for talking about Moshiach.

(6) MichaelHerzog, September 14, 2006 4:06 PM

Thank you for reflections

Thank you. I will never forget these videos. I hope and pray that all, Jew and Christian alike will never forget. We can never allow this to happen again. Hitler killed Jews because he knew they would never relinquish their G-d. This last attack against Israel proves that there are those inspired by the same kind of hate would bring that same kind of Holocaust to Israel. The sympathy the world press had shown those that attacked Israel was shocking and proves that evil hatred isstill so widespread that it COULD happen again. I pray that Jew and Christian alike unite in our resolve to fight this evil. May G-d bless Israel and you Rabbi for you wonderful work.

(5) JudyCohn, September 12, 2006 4:24 PM

Informative, uplifting and forever hopeful.

Years ago I too, went to Poland. I cried and cried and left with a feeling of despair because I was hoping to find answers and found none. Oh to meet the Mesheach.

(4) JoanSullivan, September 11, 2006 6:42 AM

Lost Sheep

THANK YOU RABBI.....YOU WEAR YOUR EXPERIENCES IN YOUR COUNTENANCE. INSIDE CHANGE SHOWS IN A NEW DEMEANOR. BE BLEST AND YES I FEEL IT TOO....WHEN WILL HE COME AND STRENGTHEN HIS FLOCK FOR THE WORLD "GROWS COLD" AGAIN.

(3) r.klein, September 10, 2006 10:13 PM

My Eigth Grade Chumash teacher survived the camps. She told how a group of Bais Yaakov students cried, devastated at the liberation that they were saved by the Americans and not, unfortunately, by Mashiach.

(2) Anonymous, September 10, 2006 9:28 PM

AWESOME!!!!!!

An excellent job of covering this area! I've been to Yad Vashem and got a glimpse of what you brought to life. Thank you, from your gentile friend.

(1) Anonymous, September 10, 2006 3:12 PM

I look at the short film, and it is good for some one who was their at the time. I lived this time on the 40th and I forgive and forget since. At the time we where under terror and never know what would be tomorow, we hve lot of people who diseapared, they where christian just like me. Now with the terorisme, we are again in the same terror as the 40;'s and up.
Y.D.

 

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