157622 — Yosef Diamant

Also his grandson Eli Sagir.


Always Remember.


“All my generation knows nothing about the Holocaust,” said Ms. Sagir, 21, who has had the tattoo for four years.  “You talk with people and they think it’s like the Exodus from Egypt, ancient history.  I decided to do it to remind my generation.”

Livia Ravek was branded with the number 4559. Now her grandson, Daniel Philosoph, has the same.

“We are moving from lived memory to historical memory,” noted Michael Berenbaum, a professor at the American Jewish University in Los Angeles who is among the foremost scholars of the memorialization of the Holocaust.  “We’re at that transition, and this is sort of a brazen, in-your-face way of bridging it.”


And a large percentage of the world, including many who were once deemed unthinkable to be of the mindset, wants to eradicate not only the past, but all existing Jewish people as well.



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2 Responses to 157622 — Yosef Diamant

  1. Bruce O'H. says:

    Good for Daniel. That tattoo is a reminder for all who see it. I can’t believe the world is slipping into the holocaust denial and anti-Semitism, as it is.
    Things will not be as easy for them this time, though, should things continue to worsen.
    The “Never Again” frame of mind will rain upon them…

  2. Carla says:

    I do not know why I keep reliving the days of the Holocaust.
    was so sad and painful, all that lived not support or hear about Auschwitz.
    then you numbers tattooed on his arm and so the survivors suffer every day to remember.
    seems that prides Holocaust and the suffering of Poles, and even says that if not for the tattoo and you do not ask nobody would comment on the tragedy.
    Your pathetic attitude, pride, yes, but this need not bestiality.

    Poor poles, hopefully forget everything instead of remembering.

Have at it....... But please be respectful and no f'n cussin' neither, ya heah ?...... Also please back up all claims of fact in your comments with links (yes, they will be verified before comment posting approved).

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