Dear Ms.Korman, I believe,that you and your Father are convinced that this was a right thing to do,to celebrate his survival. And,yes,you and your family should always celebrate your Father's life. But,my Mother,My Father did not survive,and when you dance,in the places of commemoration,yes ,you are celebrating your Father life,but at this same time,you are dancing on my family grave. I have a feeling,that ,you may entertain a diffrent point of view, as you will enrich your way of seeing the history of the Holocaust from many angels. I am ,a bit,afraid,that the message received by your children may not be truly the most humanitarian one. When one stops respecting the suffrening of one's fellow men,one does not send a right message to the perpetraitor.And noone is expected to live life with martyrolody only. Yes,I love the fact that your Father and children are dancing,as I love to dance,and believe my perished Parents,would wish me to be happy. About your choice of place to make the statement of victory, it just make this victory very,very bitter.
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