Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg, associate professor at Yeshiva University and spiritual leader of Congregation Beth-El in Edison, New Jersey, has published the Rosenberg Holocaust Siddur. “Experience has shown that without a framework for commemoration, remembrance will not long endure,” said Rosenberg. “For more than 3000 years, Jews have been reminded every spring of the Exodus from Egypt, at a date firmly implanted on the Jewish calendar that is observed with Seder rituals. Will the Holocaust, like the Exodus, be remembered beyond the generations of our grandchildren’s grandchildren?
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