Skip to comments.An Arab ‘Righteous Gentile’: A daughter’s story
Posted on 01/28/2012 3:48:18 PM PST by Former Fetus
It is perhaps not every day that an Arab Muslim woman living in Paris contributes an article to a newspaper in Israel.
But I can think of no better way to share my story.
In late December, I happened across a New York Times article by Eva Weisel, an 83-year old Jewish woman from Los Angeles. The article told the story of Evas childhood during the Holocaust, a childhood interrupted by the yellow star, a home stolen by German soldiers, fear that the men in her family would not return from forced labor.
By a stroke of luck, she and the other women in her family found protection in the generosity of a courageous non-Jewish local who provided shelter on his sprawling farm outside of town. But just when they felt safe, two drunk German officers found them.
(Excerpt) Read more at jpost.com ...
This is no Saracen but a Christian trapped inside one. If a Saracen can see the value of a Jewish life, why remain a Saracen? Convert to something else. Like a Christian and come to know a loving God. By what this womans father did, he was half-way there.
Very nice to read, thank you.
What an inspirational story.
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