Holocaust Survivor Buys Medical Bed For Oldest Living ‘Righteous Of The Nations’

0
>>Follow Matzav On Whatsapp!<<

A Holocaust survivor from Israel donated money to buy a $1,200 medical bed for a 102-year-old non-Jewish woman from Warsaw, who risked her life to save Jews from the genocide.

Krystyna Danko, who is now deaf and blind, is among the oldest rescuers still alive.

Danko was in 1998 conferred that title Righteous Among the Nations by Yad Vashem  for her “incredible” efforts in single-handedly rescuing all four members of a family that took her in as a child.

Joe Erlichster, a 75 survivor, donated the expensive bed after seeing a fundraiser for the elderly woman.

“It is part of our duty as Jews to recognize what some brave souls in Poland and elsewhere did [during World War II]” Erlichster said.

 

Read more at Arutz Sheva.

{Matzav.com}

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here