Photo Friday: In My People’s Darkest Hour

Photo Friday: In My People’s Darkest Hour

Credit:(Photo: Haim Zach/GPO)

This week, Israel celebrated international diplomats who stood up to evil and saved Jewish lives during the Holocaust. Speaking at the dedication ceremony, PM Netanyahu said that “in my people’s darkest hour, a few noble men and women bucked their superiors to save Jewish lives. Israel saluted them. We shall forever honor their memory.” And may we never forget to honor the memory of those who perished, and those who acted. Shabbat shalom, friends.

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