In the minds of the world, Anne Frank will always be the teenage girl whose words have moved so many and one of the millions of Holocaust victims who died at the hands of the Nazis. But, to one woman Anne was a friend. Tomorrow would’ve been the young diarist’s 89th birthday, and we bring you Epoch Times’ Amelia Pang’s story about Anne’s childhood companion and what she has done in the decades since she lost her best friend.
Fellowship Bridge Blog - Inspiration
Fellowship Bridge Blog
The world is often moved by those behind the scenes. It's the mother who encourages her child. The wife who advises her husband well.
Jews around the world clung to the hope of Zionism during the years of the Holocaust reports the Times of Israel’s Tracy Frydberg – and a new exhibit at Yad Vashem, “They Say There Is a Land,” brings to life this longing.
We may not always see it and we may certainly not always understand it, but everything in this world is ultimately good.
New olim (immigrants) from areas as diverse as Brazil, Ukraine, and Argentina arrived in the Holy Land on Wings of Eagles, and 41 of them were children.