About Dr. Avital

 

Dr. Moshe Avital is a well-known author and speaker on the Holocaust. Born in Czechoslovakia, Dr. Avital presents extraordinary testimony, bringing to light many unknown facts of the Holocaust era. He provides psychological, philosophical, and theological analyses and reflections regarding the perpetrators of the Holocaust.

 

Please see his biography page for more information. 

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Can There Be Forgiveness For The Holocaust?

Dr. Avital presents reasons why the perpetrators of the Holocaust cannot be granted forgiveness for all their evilness., neither by living survivors, nor by any other living person. Dr. Avital stands strong by his view that no one has the right to forgive a murderer for torturing and taking the life of his victim.

During the Holocaust period, many of the civilians in Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, as well as from other countries, collaborated in the annihilation of the Jews who had been their peaceful neighbors for many centuries.

Videos

L’Chayim: Child of Buchenwald
Yom HaShoah Speech

Upcoming Events

March 15th, 2020 at 7:00 PM - Chabad Woodcliff Lake

Dr. Avital will speak about his experiences during the Holocaust, with a slide presentation of artifacts from the Holocaust

Address: 100 Overlook Drive, Woodcliff Lake, New York

March 17th, 2020 at 9 AM - Wappinger Falls Van Wyck Jr. High

Dr. Avital will speak about his experiences during the Holocaust, with a slide presentation of artifacts from the Holocaust

Address: 6 Hillside Lake Ave, Wappinger Falls, New York

April 21st, 2020 at 10:15 AM - North Shore Hebrew Academy High School

Dr. Avital will have question and answer sessions with different age groups about his experiences in the holocaust and what we can learn from it. This will be a full-day scholar in residence session. 

Address: 400 North Service Road, Great Neck, New York

April 27th, 2020 at 9 AM - Temple Emanuel

Dr. Avital will speak about his experiences during the Holocaust, with a slide presentation of artifacts from the Holocaust

Address: 2125 Westchester Ave. East Rye, New York

See News&Events for a complete list of Moshe's past events

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