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So they spoke to him.
They told him of astounding heroism, of inspiring loyalty to the
traditions of Israel. They told him about little Shmulik, beaten
mercilessly by Pole and German, who pleaded with his frightened father,"
Haven't I had my share of blows? I, too, am a Jew. I, too, want to
pray.." They told Prager about girls in a slave labor camp who fasted
on Yom Kippur. About a "simple" Jew who risked death in seven different
camps by putting on Tefillin every day. Of Rabbi Adam, being
systematically tortured every day, yet insisting to his comrades that it
is better to be a victim than a murderer.
These true stories make your eyes fill with tears and your chests burst with pride!
What heroes! What sparks of glory! What lessons in how to live, how
to die, how to maintain self-respect and hope and decency even in hell.
Moshe Prager is one of Israel's major authors and historians of the
Holocaust. Confidant of Orthodox rabbis and secular statesmen, this
scion of a great chassidic dynasty is himself a spark of glory, an
eloquent witness, and a stirring storyteller.