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HAMBURG, Germany — For years Raya Mazin’s slim memoir sat on my shelf unread, the sort of book familial duty prevents you from throwing out and emotional dread keeps you from reading. It began in 1919 in the Latvian port of Liepaja, also known as Libau, and ended in Israel nearly 96 years later. On Tuesday, I finally took the book down and read it in one sitting. Alexander Gauland, a member of the Bundestag and co-leader of Alternative for Germany (Af D), this country’s third-largest political party, had said in a weekend speech that “Hitler and the Nazis are just a speck of bird shit in over 1,000 years of successful German history.”I needed to learn anew just what that “speck” had meant for my extended family.
Rachel Westerman — that was Raya’s birth name — was my maternal grandmother’s first cousin; their mothers, born Baskind, were sisters.
But memory, vigilance, and a sense of responsibility must.
Some have compared the act of hunger striking to terrorism, claiming that there is no difference between a suicide bomber who targets civilians on a bus and a political prisoner who puts himself on the verge of death.
The Zionist movement was smaller, in contrast to the Communists, who exerted influence throughout all of Iraq and included all faiths.
Just know that I am not afraid.’ ”She added this:“If you meet any of my children, tell them I was not afraid.
“Later the men were taken to the lighthouse and shot.”Raya’s older brother, Abrasha, was arrested on Oct.
1 and murdered about a week later, most likely by Germany’s Latvian henchmen.
Gauland may want to celebrate “1,000 years of successful German history,” but all the glories of Goethe or Beethoven crumble to nothingness next to what happened on that beach. She and Grisha had barely escaped Riga under heavy German fire.
They wound up in Samarkand, in what is now Uzbekistan, where he enlisted in the Red Army and was badly wounded in action.