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Rachel Moria

Born on 3/3/1933 in Jerusalem

 

Rachel Moria was brought into the world by the hands of an Arab doctor and neighbour. “We were all so very friendly! “ They moved to South Tel Aviv shortly after. We weren’t rich, we weren’t poor. If I saved the bus money and walked to school to the North of the city and if I would do this for two days (4 trips) I had enough to buy glida, ice cream. I remember one day a young tall very skinny 19 year old boy knocked at the door. He spoke only Yiddish, he said we were family. This was Yakov, he stayed with us. He was the only survivor of his part of the family from Poland. I asked him “why are you always smiling?” And he would answer “because I am alive” …

This page has been donated by the generous contribution of Roy Kama.

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