Journalists spoke of the importance of free expression. Now, it seemed to be happening again. Soon after, there was a knock on the door. By this time I was crying, distraught, and I went to find the rabbi to ask him why, WHY had he remained silent? Several of the elders in my shul escaped from this kind of hell when they were rescued by the Kindertransports. Then I went back into the house. Out of all those people, just 9 of them — including my husband — were able to listen to what I was saying. I experienced no anti-Semitism in my home-town and very little at University my parents shielded me from the fact that we had been refused a property deal because the seller did not want Jews in the neighbourhood. With both Sephardi and Ashkenazi ancestry, we represent a great swathe of the Diaspora, but all that came down to me was a love of reading and a smattering of Yiddish.
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