The Fountainheads are an Israeli music group that traditionally juxtaposes Jewish lyrics into covers of popular songs, but has also produced few original works with original lyrics. Most of the musical works are based around the themes of the Jewish holidays, including Israel’s independence.

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Turkey, a Muslim country, surprisingly did more to spare European Jewry from the Holocaust than the United States or Great Britain, saving the lives of approximately 15,000 Turkish Jews who were living in France, 20,000 Eastern European Jews, and 190 Jewish scholars either by providing safe haven directly in Turkey, or facilitating passage between Europe and Israel.

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Two Lutheran German siblings, Sophie and Hans Scholl, grew up with the typically expected extracurricular activities of the era, such as Hitler Youth, and in Sophie’s case, Bund Deutscher Mädel (the League of German Girls).

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