There really isn’t such a thing as a happy Holocaust story but I think this is probably could be seen as a ‘happy’ story.
It doesn’t only portray extreme bravery but also that deep down good people are the same, regardless of what religious differences they have. Especially in the present time where there are so many negative stories about Muslims and to a lesser extend of Jews it is important that a story like the one of these 2 families gets told.
The story spans approximately 50 years and is about the Hardaga and Kabiljo(aka Kavilio) families
During the Second World War, the Germans invaded Yugoslavia. After they seized Sarajevo in 1941, the Gestapo opened an office across the street from the home of Mustafa Hardaga, a local furniture salesman.
The Nazi occupation was vicious. The city’s old synagogue was looted, 400-year-old Torah scrolls were burned.
At night, the…
View original post 1,134 more words