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Day of Memory and Sorrow

Day of Memory and Sorrow

On June 22, 1941, Nazi Germany launched Operation Barbarossa, a massive invasion of the Soviet Union. This surprise attack marked the beginning of one of the largest and deadliest fronts in World War II. Each year on June 22, we observe this solemn occasion as the Day of Memory and Sorrow, dedicated to honoring and remembering the countless souls who perished in battle and endured unspeakable torture in Nazi captivity and concentration camps, or succumbed to the relentless hunger and hardships of war.
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Shavuot celebration in Israel

Shavuot celebration in Israel

An event in honor of the Shavuot holiday was held at the banquet hall in the Chamah center in Israel with everyone making a toast in celebration of receiving the gift of the holy Torah. There was a talk on the customs and insights of Shavuot and local municipality officials also addressed the gathering, offering words of blessing and support. It was a joyful time with music and song, celebrating this important holiday
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Children Celebrate Shavuot

Children Celebrate Shavuot

In honor of the Shavuot holiday, children at the Chamah daycare centers in Israel participated in special activities and learned about the holiday and its customs.
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