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|Summary:||Female Holocaust survivors honoured for their heroism|
|Date:||04/09/2018 02:37 PM|
A group of female Holocaust survivors in Israel have been treated to a pampering "makeover" in advance of the country's annual remembrance day.
Seventy survivors, representing Israel's 70th anniversary, were treated on Monday to manicuring, hairstyling and make-up as part of an event titled "Beauty Heroines."
Organisers said it was a gesture towards Israel's elderly survivor population who endured the horrors of the Holocaust during World War II when 6 million Jews died.
Organiser Limor Katz said the idea was to "spoil" the women as a way to "give honour and respect to all the survivors."
Haya Stern, a 91-year-old Auschwitz survivor, said she lost her entire family in the Holocaust but that her "revenge" was to have children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in Israel.
Israel marks Holocaust memorial day on Thursday when a siren wails across the country.
Wohl Auditorium, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan - 9 April 2018
1. Pan of room where Holocaust survivors are having hair and make-up done
2. Various of Holocaust survivors having make-up applied
3. Luba Likolski, 94, originally from Moscow and who helped to liberate Berlin with the Russian army, getting her hair done
4. Tilt up from Luba's medals to her face
5. Zoom in on Luba posing for picture with others
6. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Luba Likolski, 94, Holocaust survivor:
"Here, it's really nice. Only here in Israel can you live to my age, 94."
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Limor Katz, one of the organisers of the event:
"What we are all doing here, is that we have come to give an honour and respect to all the survivors, to all the women survivors because they are the real heroes here. This day is for them, we want to spoil them, to give them make-up, we do them a "makeover" (in Hebrew), we change their clothes, we put them on the stage and we tell the whole world, we are here and we survived it and we now have a family and children and we're here to stay and they are all winners here. All the 70 survivors from all over Israel are coming here for this ceremony and we give them respect. It's all for them."
8. Various of Haya Stern, 91, Auschwitz survivor getting her make up done
9. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Haya Stern, 91, Auschwitz survivor:
"Unfortunately everyone stayed, everyone perished there in Auschwitz. I was the only one left from the whole family, unfortunately, from the whole family even cousins, no one, but what I won was to be able to establish a generation. Here is my daughter and my daughter has a son too. there are grandchildren and great-grandchildren and I won to live in a free country and I won that I have three great-grandchildren who are serving in the Israeli army. This is my revenge to those murderers, the Germans, who thought that I would be the last generation because their plan was to totally exterminate the Israeli people, the Jewish people."
10. Various of Haya Stern on podium receiving sash and flowers
11. Various of ceremony
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