Remembering the Past to Guarantee a Better Future

I had the honor of moderating a panel at the international Holocaust memorial day ceremony as part of the Women in Zionism seminar. During the panel Holocaust survivors and students from the “Chen” Young Ambassadors school participated. It was a very moving day, with the panel dealing with one of the most important issues for the Jewish people and Israel: the Holocaust. We must remember the past to guarantee a safe future.

I wish to thank all of the panelists: Holocaust survivors Devora Weinstein; Rachel Pinhas, Magda Vox, second generation Simcha Yosef and Naima Mastro. The Young Ambassadors, tomorrow’s leaders, who came were Shaked Tubis, Tal Zaidman, and Shelly Nizri. Thanks as well to Mr. Yaakov Hagoel, Vice Chairman of the World Zionist Organization, who spoke about contemporary anti-semitism. A special thanks to Shlomi Ashkenazi, CEO of the World Zionist organization, and to Aviva Hazan, for making the seminar possible for the 1,200 women who came from all around Israel.

About the Author
Rachel Amrani is the Director of the Young Ambassadors School in Petah Tikva, a unique youth leadership program run by the Petah Tikva Municipality in conjunction with the Ministry of Education. The goal of the program is to create, empower and support a new generation of young leaders, with all of the knowledge, skills and experience to successfully contribute to their own society, and to represent Israel abroad.
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