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Rescued in the Studite Monastery: Testimony of Oded Amarant

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Uploaded on Sep 7, 2010

Oded Amarant was born in Tel Aviv in 1935. His parents had immigrated to the Land of Israel from Poland several years earlier, and when Oded was four years old, his mother went to visit her parents and took the child along to meet the family. Not knowing that soon the war would separate them, his mother returned to Tel Aviv, and left her son with her parents who were to join her soon in the Land of Israel. After the Germans occupied Lwow, Amarant's uncle brought him to the head of the Uniate Church, the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky, who placed the boy in the Uniate monastery. After the war Oded was returned to his family in Tel Aviv.

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