Is it really true that Anti-Semitism will never be tolerated?


Holocaust survivor Menahem Haberman, 92, shows his arm with the Auschwitz prison number A10011, during a photo session with his daughter Rachel at his home in Jerusalem, on December 12, 2019. Born in in Czechoslovakia in 1927, he is the sole survivor of eight children who made it through the ghetto, labour camps attached to Auschwitz, the “Death March”, and lastly contracting tuberculosis at Buchenwald concentration camp. – Ahead of events marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, AFP has been speaking to the last survivors of the death camp. Originally from Europe, they spent part of their childhood in the notorious extermination camp before moving after World War II to Israel. (Photo by Menahem Kahana / AFP)

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