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A Chief Rabbi of Israel

Rabbi Yehuda Leib Maimon was not only an early religious leader in Israel, he helped draft the Jewish state's declaration of independence.

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My Only Light in Vast Darkness: A Tatar Family of Holocaust Heroes

A Tatar mother and daughter in Belarus, Fatima and Aysha saved an entire Jewish family from certain death during the Holocaust.

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Yoni Netanyahu – One of Israel’s Most Courageous Warriors

The older brother of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Yoni Netanyahu was known for his role as commander of the elite IDF commando unit Sayeret Matkal.

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The Teacher Who Saved His Jewish Students

Johan Benders was a Dutch teacher who sheltered and saved Jews during the Holocaust.

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Teddy Roosevelt and His Jewish Rough Riders

Jacob Wilbusky was a 16-year-old volunteer in Theodore Roosevelt's famed calvary, and the first to fall when the Rough Riders went to war.

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Congressional Medal of Honor for a Jewish Hero

Benjamin Levy was the first Jewish-American to win the Congressional Medal of Honor, which he earned during the 1862 Battle of Glendale during the Civil War.

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Righteous Gentiles and the Doctor’s Daughter

Righteous Gentiles Vladimir and Galina Imshennik saved a Jewish girl from the Nazis, raising her as their own.

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Photo Friday: They Will Soar on Wings Like Eagles

Israeli F-4 Phantom fighter jets fly of the IAF fly over Jerusalem's Old City in 1971.

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WWII Hero Who Saved Hundreds of Jewish Children Dies at 96

Betty Goudsmit-Oudkerk, a Dutch-Jewish rescuer who smuggled hundreds of Jewish children to safety during the Holocaust, passed away at age 96.

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Pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer – The Beginning of Life

A German Christian and writer, Pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer also acted as an anti-Nazi activist during World War II.

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Arlington National Cemetery – Resting Place for Faithful American Heroes

On this day in 1864, Arlington National Cemetery was officially opened as a resting place for America's veterans, whatever their faith.

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