​Instead of a boy named Lulek, I was prisoner number 117030 - chief rabbi of Tel Aviv ― RT SophieCo

Today, Sophie talks to a special guest. This man survived the horrors of the Holocaust. He went through the Ghetto, labor camp and finally Buchenwald – and all of this as just a little boy in the world of death. He lost his father, his mother and his brother in German gas chambers. Many times death has been close to him – but he escaped it. The cannons of the Second World War were silenced 70 years ago, so we invited him to tell us the story of his survival – the story of human monstrosity and acts of selflessness. Yisrael Meir Lau, the chief rabbi of Tel Aviv is on Sophie&Co today.