At 90, Gert Levitan decided it was time to tell the unlikely love story of her parents, and how a beloved Yiddish daily played matchmaker.
“They didn’t just provide a place for us to live. They gave us a space to heal from our trauma. We felt very supported. It really felt like a family.”
When he was a child, Vindman and his twin posed for photos in a book called “One Mezuzah.”
The two decree affect several hundred Jews who had their applications declined because their father was not born in Germany but their mother was
The target for this fiscal year is 30,000, a historically low figure.
He devoted 23 tweets to quoting from her last diary entry before she was deported and killed by the Nazis.
‘The people who are sitting here are crying because they knew what it meant.’
‘Not in my name,’ Portman wrote of ICE agents seizing and deporting migrants.
18 Jews, infinite opinions.
“I think the amount of money you can spend to help refugees to resettle in their countries and deal with aid is very impactful,” he said.