Survivor Celebrates 104th Birthday at Kotel With Her 400 Descendants & Other Orthodox Jews in the News

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Holocaust Survivor Celebrates 104th Birthday Surrounded By 400 Descendants
A Holocaust survivor celebrated her 104th birthday last week at the Western Wall in Jerusalem — and for the occasion posed for a photo surrounded by about 400 of her descendants: children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Shoshana Ovitz survived Auschwitz 74 years ago. At the celebration, which symbolized a triumph over the Nazis, “everyone was there with tears in their eyes.” Photos show the huge crowd posing in front of the Western Wall, with men on one side and women on the other, adhering to Jewish Orthodox tradition.


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