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Yom HaShoah in a post-October 7 world

  •  May 6, 2024
     6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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May 6 | 6:00 pm
Beth Jacob

Join us for an enlightening panel discussion moderated by 18fourty host, David Bashevkin, as we delve into the experiences of individuals navigating life as Jewish survivors and soldiers after the October 7th Hamas terrorist attacks.

Holocaust survivor, Fran Greenberg, will bravely share her poignant story of resilience, tracing her journey as a child hiding from Nazi persecution in Paris during World War II to finding refuge in the United States.

Or and Keren, survivors of the October 7th events, will provide firsthand insights into their harrowing experiences living across the street from the battle at the police station in their city. Or, an infantry soldier in a special Medical Evacuation Unit, will offer his perspective as an IDF reservist and security engineer in Israel. Meanwhile, Keren, born in Jerusalem and dedicated to working with at-risk youth, will share her journey as a Hamas attacks survivor while 7 months pregnant, traveling from Sherut Leumi in Haifa to her current role in Sderot.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear inspiring stories of courage and resilience from individuals who have faced adversity with unwavering strength and determination.

Registration is encouraged but not required.

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