Berth occupancy remained at the Port at 63% on Sunday where a total of ten ships namely, Prosper, MSC Meava, MSC Valencia, Churban
Sea, Star Planet White Purl, Maran Gas Asciepius, Snow Plops, Arpeggio and Pavino Spirit are currently occupying berths to load/offload Containers, Coal, Soya bean seeds, LNG, LPG, Chemicals, Palm oil and Furance respectively during last 24 hours.
Heschel's thought on the Shoah deals more with the preparatory oratory of evil speech, defamation, and propaganda than the catastrophic churban
"May God help us all to prevent this Holocaust of our people, in the name of our future, in the name of our honor," Begin warned the Knesset." (One might like to see the original Hebrew of this speech to see if Begin in fact used the word Holocaust in this metaphorical form, of if he used the more common pre-war Yiddish term, churban
, meaning destruction or historical catastrophe.)
When in the normal course of history a traumatic break occurs, this break was termed by the rabbis churban
bayit--destruction of the house--(meaning the Temple).
Tarpat, Feige astutely suggests, is "the Hebronian holocaust," and the term churban
(destruction) is applied to both catastrophes.
In contrast, White opposes his own view: "I do not think that the Holocaust, final Solution, Churban
, or German genocide of the Jews is any more unrepresentable than any other event in human history" (1992, 52).
Testimony, Tensions and Tikkun examines the dynamics of Shoah and the response to the churban
in a post-Auschwitz world.
After the churban
, the miracle that most invited celebration was the very survival of the Jewish people--a survival that many still regard with "abiding astonishment"--and the tiny pot of oil provided a fitting symbol of that miracle, indeed a fitting symbol of the people of Israel themselves.
This capsule of Ignaz Maybaum's interpretation of the Shoah is representative not only of his views on "the third Churban
" but also his entire theological position.
In this way, Fackenheim is able to create an unbroken chain of tradition between the post-Modern Jew who accepts the "yoke of the Commandments" with the long line of Jewish predecessors who faced "churbans
" of their own and yet remained faithful to the halachah.