Sacred Memory of the Holocaust
Item: Screenshot of the Masthead for the website of the Serena Abeles Raab Holocaust Education Center
|Title: ||Screenshot of the Masthead for the website of the Serena Abeles Raab Holocaust Education Center|
|Authors: ||Serena Abeles Raab Holocaust Education Center|
Serena Abeles Raab Holocaust Education Center
|Issue Date: ||12-Nov-2005 |
|Description: ||Screenshot of the Masthead for the website of the Serena Abeles Raab Holocaust Education Center, Michlalah-Jerusalem College, Israel. Founded in 1994, the center offers teacher training and media resources on Holocaust education that emphasize “Jewish values, religious steadfastness during the Holocaust, and historical sources that reflect spiritual resistance.”
"This site focuses on Jewish faith during the Holocaust. How did believing Jews contend with a situation in which G-d hid Himself while His entire people, including women and children, was being murdered? Did people try to observe commandments and study Torah despite the harsh conditions? Did people try to determine the halachah in these unprecedented situations? Did a particular way of thinking characterize halachic rulings in various situations during the Holocaust? Did any writings that document this spiritual steadfastness survive the Holocaust? Who were the rabbis who led the Jews in the occupied lands, and what did they do? How did believing Jews respond and what did they do after the war, when the survivors were trying to rebuild their lives? The Zachor website contains various materials, including archival documents (some of which are being made public for the first time), research studies, abstracts of books, and explanations of concepts." http://www.zachor.org.il/english/|
|Appears in Collections:||Sacred Memory of the Holocaust|
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