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The Holocaust came late to Hungary. But when the Nazis began their gruesome work, they were ruthlessly efficient, and two-thirds of the Jewish population perished at their hands. Leslie Meisels went through hell together with his parents and siblings, but miraculously they survived.

Miracles Amid the Horror

Miracles Amid the Horror

How I survived the Hungarian Holocaust

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Miracles Amid the Horror: How I survived the Hungarian Holocaust

The Holocaust came late to Hungary. But when the Nazis began their gruesome work, they were ruthlessly efficient, and two-thirds of the Jewish population perished at their hands. Leslie Meisels went through hell together with his parents and siblings, but miraculously they survived.
Holocaust Survivors, Hungary, Holocaust
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Anonymous May 16, 2016

To Marty If you look deeper (in the Talmud or/and Midrash) you will see that it was not murder and not adultery. Reply

Marty Denver December 14, 2013

Response to Janice You cite G-d's goodness from the Psalms. If King David wrote the psalm, I can see how he could talk of G-d's goodness, afterall he got away with murder and adultery among other sins so no doubt he experienced G-d's mercy.
But for the 6 million plus victims of Nazi Germany? The speaker didn't applaud G-d's goodness, instead he said speak out when you witness injustice. While in the death camps, some victims put G-d on trial and found Him guilty, deserving of the death penalty and then recited the daily prayers.
We should be doing what Rabbi Shmuley Boteach says. We should demand justice from G-d. We should be like Abraham and Moses. They challenged G-d to do the right thing, to be just and merciful. The Torah is a quid pro quo. It's crystal clear that if we obey the law, G-d will give us long and prosperous lives. Many of the 6 million were religious. Did G-d uphold His covenant with them? Of course not. Where' was G-d's goodness to which you refer? Reply

Janice Colorado December 12, 2013

Miracles Amid the Horror I will always remember his words and reminds me Ps 27:18 I remain confident in this: I will see the goodness of LORD, in the land of the living. Is important to look for goodness in everyone, everyday and to give thanks for His goodness; and to give some goodness to all. Need to keep in front of us and others "goodness" of LORD. Reply

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