Shalom Houses are always a highlight of the week! This week, on May 27th, we had another group from Children of the War, based in Netanya, join us for a small concert at the villa in Caesarea. Hosted by Bozena Gasiorowski and translated by Alyosha Ryabinov, the afternoon was filled with music and fellowship.
Today was a celebration of life. Holocaust survivors have been through enough darkness and tragedy, so it is our goal, with the help of our team and volunteers, to bring light back into the lives of each survivor who comes.
Each Shalom House that we host is a special event, but this week is one for the memory books. Joining us at our villa in Caesarea, were twenty women from ‘Children of […]
There’s nothing better than an afternoon filled with community, music, and food. Today, May 6th, a group of twenty survivors from ‘Children of the War,’ based in Netanya, joined HHC at the […]
April 24th, 2014 – Guests from around the world – America, China, Germany, Mongolia, and the Netherlands joined Helping Hand Coalition for Israel (עמותת יד לעזרה ישראל) in welcoming twenty survivors from […]
April 8th, 2019 – Each week, Helping Hand Coalition for Israel (עמותת יד לעזרה ישראל) has the honor of hosting Holocaust survivors for a time of celebration and friendship. For the second […]
April 1st, 2018 – Twenty Holocaust survivors from the elderly Hostel in Hadera joined Helping Hand Coalition for Israel (עמותת יד לעזרה ישראל) and March of Life at the Shalom House for […]
Munich (idea) – Latent anti-Semitism in Germany causes great concern to Israel. According to a study, 20 percent of Germans have anti-Semitic tendencies. These could not jeopardize the successful path of friendship. But one should not overlook the signals and educate the youth to international understanding, said the Israeli Consul General in Munich, Tibor Shalev-Schlosser, at a commemoration of the ecumenical “Initiative January 27” on January 29 in Munich.
Leading members of the Israeli Knesset honoured the worldwide Christian community for its support for Holocaust survivors and for the modern state of Israel on Tuesday November 22. The statements of recognition and appreciation came in an official session of the Knesset where Christian leaders from some 30 nations were present.
Fundamentals of Social and Political Thought – Paper #1: Controversial Bill by Luke Gasiorowski
At six degrees below zero and constant snowfall, thousands of people from all over the world gathered in the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp on Thursday afternoon to commemorate the millions of victims of Nazi terror. Queen Beatrix and Pieter van Vollenhoven were also present at this ceremony in the context of 60 years of liberation from Auschwitz.