The virtual event will be led by President Reuven Rivlin, Holocaust survivors, Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion, Jewish Agency chair Isaac Herzog, Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael (KKL) chair Avraham Duvdevani and Israel’s former chief rabbi Israel Meir Lau. Using innovative 3D filming technology, the participants were filmed so it appears they are actually marching along the traditional marching route – a 3.2-kilometer path from Auschwitz to Birkenau.As a tribute to health officials who risked their lives to help those in need during the Holocaust, as well as to those currently risking their lives to combat the coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) and other notable medical organizations will join the virtual event to show their respect.Among the notable medical experts who will participate in the event is Israel’s Coronavirus Commissioner Prof. Nachman Ash, currently leading Israel’s national campaign against COVID-19, and a second generation to doctors who survived the Holocaust.“We all have a duty to pass on the memory of the Holocaust to future generations, not to forget, not to let it be forgotten,” Rivlin said, noting the unusual circumstances created by the coronavirus pandemic and the responsibility we have to keep the memory alive even when “we are prevented from stepping on the accursed earth, saturated with the blood of six million of our people … we have vowed never to forget or let go.” Jewish Agency chair Herzog stressed the educational value that the march provides for future generations.“The ‘March of the Living’ connects between those who learned about the Holocaust firsthand and those who did not; between the generation of survivors that is disappearing, and the younger generation that grew up around the world not knowing firsthand the story of the Holocaust and the struggle of the Jewish people as well as the predatory powers of racism and antisemitism,” Herzog said.
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