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Schloss: discrimination, antisemitism and racism around the world “is completely inhuman."

March 21, 2018 21:00



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Eva Schloss, the late Otto Frank’s 88-year-old stepdaughter, moved slowly but purposefully onto the huge stage at The Los Angeles Theater and lit a candle in front of 1,100 people who had packed the downtown venue to hear her story.

“The way that we, the Jewish people, have responded to adversity and atrocity is by doubling, tripling and quadrupling down on who we are. We have sought to elevate the condition by kindling light,” said Rabbi Moshe Greenwald.


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