By April 15, 2015 Read More →

Yom Hashoah Package: Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, TLV and JLM Listing, Faith after the Holocaust.

I will continue to post on the My Shteiblech Page what’s happening tonight and tomorrow. Feel free to post on the My Shteiblech and My Shteiblech TEL AVIV Groups.

Firstly, should we spend so much money on Yom Hashoah when so many survivors live in poverty? Click here: 10 reasons to cancel Yom Hashoah.

Thursday night (16th) at Ramban Shul – 8pm.

Rabbi Benji Levy – Thoughts for Yom Hashoah from Auschwitz.

1) A prayer from Rabbi Lord Sacks for Yom Hashoah:

Here is an article from Rabbi Lord Sacks on the Holocaust and Yom Hashoah and a prayer.


Reshut Ha’Rabim Listing – In Ivrit.

There are a plethora of events throughout Israel over Yom Hashoah.

Here are some useful links and events you may wish to attend and look into. Click on the hyperlinks in green to see the details.

There is an excellent event at Moshav Nir Galim.


1) Click on here for details: Adopt a Safta, NBN  etc.

”Our English-language ceremony for young internationals in Tel Aviv will include testimony from survivors, readings from volunteers, a short film, and details about how you can contribute to elevating the daily life of Israel’s lonely victims of the Holocaust. Please read more below.”

2) March of the Living – Kikar Habimah

3) Under the Sun Theatre:

One day during World War II, after the prisoner was transferred her to Bergen-Belsen, a Nazi officer Ilse Coleman masquerades as a Jewish and went voluntarily to hell to be close to his beloved Jewish.

Two plays:

15-16 / 4/2015 Tuesday and Wednesday 21:00
Cube Theater, the gay center in Meir Park Tel Aviv

Visit the show page:

Tickets: 03-5252896 ext 0

$ 50 ticket, 80 per couple tickets!

parking lot on the roof top of Dizengoff Center. NIS 15 per day starting from 18: 30 pm. Entry through Bugrashov. There is very close to walk through the garden Meyer Tchernichovsky Street.

Buses Gan Meir Park:
14, 18, ​​24, 25, 38, 61, 72, 82, 125, 129, 172, 220

Tchernichovsky 22a, Tel Aviv April 15 at 21:00

4) Zikaron B’Salon:

Listen to Holocaust Survivors and then discuss.

20 Sutin st. Tel Aviv. April 15 at 20:00.


I have been posting through the day what’s on in the JLM area on the My Shteiblech Facebook Page, so scroll down the page to find out.

3) Faith After the Holocaust:

I wrote this on International Holocaust Memorial Day.

Focusing on Faith after the Holocaust and survivors we can learn from. 

In my view there is one and only one response to the Holocaust as Emil Fackenheim presented – the 614 commandment, to carry on living as Jews.









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