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"RETURN TO THE HIDING PLACE" HITS THEATERS NATIONWIDE ON OCTOBER 24, 2014

RETURN TO THE HIDING PLACE, BASED ON TRUE STORY OF CORRIE TEN BOOM & HANS POLEY,

HITS THEATERS NATIONWIDE ON OCTOBER 24, 2014

 

AWARD WINNING WORLD WAR II CAPTIVATING… 805 more words

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A short note on Gaza, genocides, and the Israeli strikes

There are a number of opinions about what both sides in the current conflict should and shouldn’t do, and wether the Israeli response to the rocket barrage unleashed by Hamas (and some smaller groups) is in accordance with international laws and general ethical principles. 232 more words

Gaza

Mária Schmidt: Another person who chose the wrong profession

Ever since June 26, when Mária Schmidt, director of the House of Terror and a close associate of Viktor Orbán, wrote an article that one of her critics called “fulminating,” a tsunami of articles, blog notes and comments has appeared in the Hungarian media. 1,274 more words

Hungary

RIGHTEOUS INFLUENCES

A reader got in touch to report that they were solving feeling low on inspiration by slowly working their way through the influences listed on the… 487 more words

Garden

Young Ambassadors Update: Day 13

Today was a sad, but interesting and fun day. We did a few things such as planting a tree, visiting the Old City of Jerusalem, and some last minute market buying. 293 more words

Israel

Yad Vashem

It was because I got gleefully lost on foot in the Jerusalem Forest that I came to Mt Herzl from a new way, and it was because of that that I saw a memorial near Yad Vashem which I had never seen before. 856 more words

Travel

Honoring Righteous Gentiles by Being Righteous Ourselves - From Rabbi Judy in Israel

At the entrance of Israel’s Holocaust Museum, Yad Vashem, is a most beautiful garden lined with carob trees planted to honor the righteous gentiles of the Holocaust. 330 more words

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dayanhadassah reblogged this on myrainbowmind and commented:

1280px-Garroves-965x543 Israel honors the 23,000 righteous gentiles of the Holocaust. If they were ever to be in financial need, Israel would support them the rest of their lives just as they supported and saved Jews.