The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous reunites victims of the Holocaust with those people who hid them every year. This latest story made CNN this morning--I squalled all the way through their "meeting." NEW YORK: A woman who was among the few thousand Lithuanian Jews to have survived the World War II Nazi Holocaust was reunited for the first time after more than 60 years with a member of the Roman Catholic family who helped keep her alive. Lea Ingel and Giedrute Ramanauskiene embraced and held each other during their emotional reunion at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Friday. They cried, acknowledging it might be the last time they would see each other, given their faltering health. Ingel, now 84, said earlier that she had no idea what she would say to the 77-year-old Ramanauskiene, whom she has not seen since she was sheltered at the farm owned by Ramanauskiene's family for a year. More at link: http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2006/11/25/america/NA_GEN_US_Holocaust_Reunion.php More of the same: http://washingtontimes.com/national/20061126-120640-7489r.htm http://www.upi.com/NewsTrack/view.php?StoryID=20061124-052549-6571r In horrific times, people stepped up to the plate, endangered their own lives and those of their families to do what was right regardless of their own religious affiliation. WE NEED MORE OF THIS!!!