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Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
Sigalit Davis
16:07
Yad VaShem is livestreaming right now the ceremony....
rachel amaru
48:43
Worth noting that Jews in the Middle Ages also had to wear identifying badges (also yellow)…
Thomas Alpert
49:34
Please, others, mute yourselves!
Deb Solo
50:01
yes please mute yourselves thank u
pnina beck
51:22
בדרך כלל שרים רק את הבית הראשון והשלישי
Sarah Schachter
53:51
What year was this written?
davidsherman
54:04
1928
Sarah Schachter
54:17
thanks
Katherina Grunfeld
54:26
1928
Ruth Gelfarb
56:08
What a cute kid!
Baruch Frydman-Kohl
01:01:45
what a sad story.
rachel amaru
01:01:47
what an extraordinary story.
rachel amaru
01:02:04
Reminiscent of the story Ester Safran Foer tells in the memoir she just published.
Charles Savenor
01:02:06
amazing
Charles Savenor
01:02:11
so appreciate your sharing
rachel amaru
01:02:34
She also found out that she had a sister from her father’s previous marriage who was murdered
Jessica Spitalnic Mates
01:04:17
important smart and modest woman like you. amazing to hear all this.
Randi Brenowitz
01:05:02
please let us know when book is published. we all want to read it
rachel amaru
01:05:37
Yes, please share! If it is written in Hebrew, I hope it is translated very quickly!
Ellen Safran
01:10:00
thank you for your sharing your story. Really looking forward reading the book!
Erica Sokoloff
01:10:33
Thank you for sharing your personal story to help us comprehend history. This personalization makes it so real and enables us to empathize. So poignant.
Frona Kahn
01:10:42
so grateful to you for your inspiration and loving sharing. fascinating.
Szeszler Anna
01:11:15
Very touching listen you from Hungary as well.
ahmw
01:11:29
incredible my mother zl passed away 9 months ago yaffa noemi munk bee donate shick her history is also both countryside and Budapest this is fascinating
rachel amaru
01:11:57
so grateful to Rachel for teaching this class.
rachel amaru
01:12:09
shalom.
Erica Sokoloff
01:12:22
Beautiful. todah
Tali Ann
01:12:37
Thank you for integrating the humanities into personal story. so compelling and inspiring
Carol Schwartz
01:13:36
What beautiful poems.
phyllis gilmore
01:13:42
Thank you for the trust and courage to share your personal story with us. Phyllis
A Ginsburg
01:15:29
Looking forward to your book. Thanks for the preview.
Susan Axe-Bronk
01:16:14
Hannah Senez poem: Why translated as blessed when the Hebrew is "happy"?
Sigalit Davis
01:18:10
THE ASCENDER WHO DESCENDS INTO OUR LIFE
Sigalit Davis
01:18:33
All double meanings
Bill Novak
01:19:24
The second date on the screen is of course a misprint. Kishon died in 2005.
ahmw
01:19:48
I have much family from Bratislava great grandparents buried there
Violet
01:20:56
can you put up text
MiriamKlein Kassenoff
01:21:38
I was born in Kosice-near Bratislava and my bother's name is Tibor !
Aviva Lev-Ari
01:28:33
OUTSTANDING, Rachel
Erica Sokoloff
01:28:49
Todah rabah!
Charles Savenor
01:28:50
Amazing session! Thanks!!!
Carol Schwartz
01:28:51
Thank you, Rachel.
Dorit
01:28:55
todah raba
Katherina Grunfeld
01:28:55
Where is tomorrow’s session?
Judy Siegal
01:29:02
Thank you for sharing such a deeply personal and intense story.
alanteperow
01:29:07
Such a poignant lesson
Carol Schwartz
01:29:10
Charlie, can we join tomorrow’s session?
rachel amaru
01:29:17
TODAH RABBAH
Bubbe's iphone
01:29:18
todah rabah
Ruth
01:29:23
amazing...todah rabah
Dorit
01:29:40
poweful moving session
Rochelle's iPad (2)
01:29:51
incredible- thank you
Ruth Kaplan
01:29:57
Beautiful!! I treasure a portrait of my Hungarian great grandparents.
Jan Frisch
01:29:58
This was a fantastic session filled with personal history.
Sandra Rosenblum
01:30:17
Thank goodness you so much for this beautiful and personal talk!
Francine Holtzman
01:30:44
thank you for your beautiful and touching story
Dorit
01:30:56
how did you learn Hungarian?
lauren shachar
01:31:27
probably from her grandmother.
Francine Holtzman
01:31:49
I wish I had more information from my grandfather who came from Hungary. Franicne Holtzman
Susan Axe-Bronk
01:36:50
thanks, as always!
stanleykay
01:38:58
Luckily i can sign in just thru my Temple’s link!
Judi Canter
01:41:27
charlotte rampling
Judi Canter
01:41:55
i tried to sign in from Temple Emanuel and was unable to today
stanleykay
01:42:59
Seems to be sporadic, yesterday I had a problem, then suddenly it worked! TE Newton
Dorit
01:46:13
Rachel, tell us more about how you learned Hungarian... did you speak as a child? at home?
Varda Farber
01:47:45
Thank you Rachel. I could relate to much of what you spoke of today. My father arrived in Palestine from Vienna in 1936 Our parent's history was a fascinating journey.
Dorit
01:53:39
thank you for your Hungarian language story.
DEBRA GLAZER
01:55:11
My neighbor was placed into the Carmelite Nunnery in Budapest and saved there. D you know if the nn survived the Communists?