A Haunting Question from Auschwitz

While visiting the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, where more than a million Jewish people were murdered during the Holocaust, Rabbi Eckstein was confronted by the horrors of this dark chapter in history, but was also confronted with one question: Are we doing enough to save the lives of the elderly Jews who survived?

For International Holocaust Remembrance Day, The Fellowship is raising awareness about our lifesaving work with elderly Holocaust survivors. Please consider sharing this post on your personal or organization’s Facebook page, by clicking this link.

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