By Lisa J. Huriash
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted April 13 2007

She’ll speak about being in line in Hitler’s concentration camps, waiting to learn whether she would live or die. About watching chimneys smoking, knowing they were consuming the bodies of Jews. And she’ll speak about eating rotten bread and going to sleep with cracked lips after sipping dirty water.

“Never again shall we stand still in line waiting to die,” will be the theme of Miriam Fridman’s speech Sunday at the community-wide Yom HaShoah Commemoration in Sunrise Jewish Center/Temple Sha’aray Tzedek.