This is one of the most poignant resistance songs ever made. Written by a poet in the Vilnius ghetto, who was executed in front of the cabaret that used to sing it, it is a call to arms against racism, nazism, fascism and genocide.
His name was Leyb Rosenthal, and he was born in 1916 and perished in 1945 in the Klooga concentration camp in Estonia.
"Whoever is familiar with this endless cycle of bloodshed and hatred knows how much the next war is already filled with the blood of the current war."
Yuval Diskin’s Prayer ( Former head of Israel’s internal security service, the Shin Bet, from 2005-2011)