The van has heating, a pop-up coffee table for the witnesses, revolving front seats and enough space for Lishak to comfortably record with a wide-angle lens.
Unlike hummus, jachnun can stay for days in the fridge without going bad.
Today, with just 1.3 million Jewish inhabitants, it is home to less than 10% compared to 1939 when it was home to 60% of the global Jewish population.
The percentage of Jews with non-Jewish spouses was 24% in the UK, 31% in France, 46% in Germany, 62% in Sweden and 76% in Poland.
Six months after the coronavirus brought much of European Jewish life to a halt, communities across the continent have mostly adjusted to life under the cloud of a global pandemic.
"It is clear that to address the issue in all its dimensions, we need a comprehensive approach and increased coordination within and among our Member States."
Jewish communities and congregations are arranged in a system that is radically different than the one in the United States.
In the midst of a viral pandemic that again is separating parents from their children, Glikl’s poignant rendering of the family’s ordeal rings chillingly familiar.
"The decision to submit a bill that would again prevent Jews from exercising their legal right, reminds us of dark days and regimes crueler than even that of the Inquisition," the letter added.
Jewish communities in several countries, including Germany, Austria, and even Italy, are now reading themselves to begin communal religious life again