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6,000 young people from around the world celebrate Israel's Independence Day.
After receiving the award, McMullen explained that following his trip to Auschwitz with March of the Living, his visit to the Friends of Zion Museum inspired and motivated him further to act.
“At a time when Jewish life in Europe is threatened once again, the March of Life is connecting remembrance and reconciliation with a clear call to support Israel."
“It starts with words,” Max Eisen says at every opportunity, “and ends up in very bad places.”
By SHERI OZ
President Trump surprised the audience when he asked an elderly man, Judah Samet, to stand up during his State of the Union address.
By MATAN DANSKER
Before World War II, approximately 80,000 Jews lived in Greece in 31 different communities. By war’s end, only 10,000 Jews survived.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
The choice of love of the living
Yad Vashem Council Chairman Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau reflects on his experiences as an ever-present at the March of the Living and why the Shoah will never be forgotten.
By ANNIKA HERNROTH-ROTHSTEIN
In an interview with the ‘Report,’ Elisha Wiesel, son of Elie Wiesel,
explains that the March of the Living is essential to help students
put the Holocaust into the narrative of Jewish history
By DAVID BRUMMER
The March of the Living brings together different generations
of the same family, providing a narrative of life among
unspeakable pain and a message of renewal
We must stop this trend of antisemitism now, before it expands.
By SHMUEL ROSENMAN
After his parents died in 1987 within six months of each other, Solly Kaplinski paid what he calls a “cathartic” visit to Poland in 1988 as part of the annual March of the Living.
By STEVE LINDE
The event included an interfaith dialogue between representatives of Romania's religious communities and Jewish leaders from Israel.
By SAMUEL THROPE
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