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An Historic Evening with Holocaust Survivor Irving Roth
February 23 , 7:00 pm
A HARROWING STORY OF LOVE, BETRAYAL & REDEMPTION:
Surviving the Horrors of Auschwitz, Buchenwald & Death Marches
GENERAL ADMISSION: $20
DAY OF EVENT: $25
Signed copy of Irving’s book, “Bondi’s Brother: A Story of Love, Loss, Betrayal, and Liberation”: Admission plus $30
VIP SPONSOR RECEPTION PACKAGE:
$100/Single • $180/Couple
Includes: Premium seating; private meet-and-greet after the show; personal photo with Irving, signed, personalized copy of Bondi’s Brother.
DOORS OPEN: 6:30 PM
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In the wake of an undeniable spike in Anti-Semitic attacks and especially the recent attacks on Jews in synagogues, Jewish landmarks and just going about their daily lives, Jews have been jolted out of this sense of security. Sadly, we face the horrible reality that the world’s oldest hatred is fully alive and active. While it is of utmost importance not to give into hate and terror, we must have courage and determination primarily as a result of our strong faith in God and our trust in His providence and protection.
As the number of Holocaust survivors dwindles, Suffolk County residents have a rare opportunity to hear the first-hand account of Irving Roth, age 91, who survived Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps.
In partnership with Village Chabad, Roth will share his story of survival and grit on February 23 at 7:00 pm at the newly opened Village Chabad center at 360 Nicolls Rd, just south of Stony Brook University.