Holocaust survivor holds great-grandson at brit milah during Remembrance siren

Publication titleJerusalem Post, The: Web Edition Articles (Israel)
Weinberg, who is originally from Germany, was the sandak (godfather) at his 49th great-grandchild's ceremonial welcome to the Jewish world

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Every year, a two-minute siren sounds on the morning of Holocaust Remembrance Day, as all of Israel comes to a standstill to remember and honor the 6 million Jews killed by the Nazis in the Holocaust. The siren blares across the country and most Israelis traditionally stand in a moment of silence to commemorate the lives of all victims of the brutality brought upon by the Nazis...

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