“If we learn and remember, we shall overcome our enemies. They will never succeed in enslaving us again. Never. Even if they overwhelm us we shall throw off their yoke. If we have no arms, we shall make them. If we have no force, we shall create it. They will not break us.” – Menachem Begin

Herut has developed an inspirational new anthology and guidebook for observing Yom HaShoah that is now being offered for free. The collection includes classic, hard-to-find essays and historical texts by Zionist leaders and thinkers, including Menachem Begin, Ze’ev Jabotinsky, Ben Hecht, Emil Fackenheim, and Moshe Arens. The 40 page PDF booklet also contains more recent articles and an exclusive excerpt from the recent book Jews Make the Best Demons: “Palestine” and the Jewish Question by Eric Rozenman.      Yom HaShoah EBook

Herut North America’s free eBook “Yom HaShoah: Marking the Enormity of the Holocaust in 2020” is now available at https://herut.net/yom-hashoah/
“With there being no live, in-person events to mark Yom HaShoah this year, Herut decided to produce this 40-page free eBook to help people observe this important day,” said Karma Feinstein Cohen, the Executive Director of World Herut. “Our fervent hope is that through this unique compilation, readers will be moved to care more about Jewish Unity.”
“Zionist education is Herut’s main mission and has been since our inception. One reason for the publishing of this Holocaust anthology was to allow readers to learn about how the ideas of Ze’ev Jabotinsky inspired his Zionist movement to battle the Nazis on many fronts,” said Moshe Phillips, the National Director of Herut North America. “But, we also have included translations of Kaddish, Kel Maleh Rachamim, and emotion-laden stories from direct eyewitnesses to the enormity of the Shoah, so that people in their own homes can get what they may need from the eBook this year.”
Herut is an international movement for Zionist pride and education and is dedicated to the ideals of pre-World War Two Zionist leader Ze’ev Jabotinsky. More about Herut can be found at www.HerutNA.org
Yom HaShoah EBook
Herut is an international movement for Zionist pride and education and is dedicated to the ideals of pre-World War Two Zionist leader Ze’ev Jabotinsky. More about Herut can be found at www.HerutNA.org
 
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