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As Israel’s day of commemoration for the 6 million people murdered by the Nazis approaches, a Holocaust survivor and a Metro Atlanta Rabbi spoke about the importance of Yom Hashoah, especially with the rise of anti-Semitism in the country.

Ilsa Reiner, a survivor who lost her father in a death camp, reminds us of the precious gift of life and the need to respect not only our own lives but also the lives of others.

The day of remembrance, also known as the 14th of Nissan or the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, brings back painful memories for Reiner and many others.

Rabbi Mark Kunis emphasizes the importance of never repeating history and standing up against hatred and anti-Semitism.

As Reiner says, it’s important to be tolerant and get along with people who don’t look like us.

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