Halicha Lekaysarya (הליכה לקיסריה) (Angol translation)

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Halicha Lekaysarya (הליכה לקיסריה)

אלי, אלי
שלא יגמר לעולם
החול והים,
רשרוש של המים,
ברק השמים
תפלת האדם.
 
Kűldve: Miroslavchik Vasárnap, 16/12/2018 - 12:12
Last edited by Miroslavchik on Hétfő, 17/12/2018 - 22:03
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Text from http://www.hebrewsongs.com/song-elielihebrew.pdf
Text : Hannah Senesh
Music: David Zahavi
Song is often also called Eyli, Eyli

Hannah Szenes (Hebrew: חנה סנש‎) (Hungarian: Szenes Anikó) (July 17, 1921 November 7, 1944) was a Hungarian Jew, one of 37 Jews living in Palestine, now Israel, who were trained by the British army to parachute into Yugoslavia during the Second World War in order to help save the Jews of Hungary, who were about to be deported to the German death camp at Auschwitz.
Szenes was arrested at the Hungarian border, imprisoned and tortured, but she refused to reveal details of her mission and was eventually tried and executed by firing squad. She is regarded as a national heroine in Israel.

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Angol translation (commented)

Walk to Ceasarea

My God, My God
That it may never end
The sand and the sea,
The ripple of the waters,
The lightning of the sky,
The prayer of man.
 
Kűldve: Miroslavchik Vasárnap, 16/12/2018 - 12:21
Last edited by Miroslavchik on Csütörtök, 20/12/2018 - 21:12
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Link to song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkjsqUQSrhE

The song Jerusalem of Gold is featured near the end of the 1993 American film Schindler's List. This caused controversy in Israel, as the song is widely considered an informal anthem, and has no relationship with the subject matter of the movie. In Israeli prints of the film the song was replaced with Halikha LeKesariya which is universally associated with the Holocaust in Israel.

(From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerusalem_of_Gold )

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