Simcha Rotem

Feb 24, 1924 – Dec 22, 2018 (Age 94)


Simcha Rotem (1924 – 2018) was one of the last living fighters from the heroic Warsaw ghetto uprising against the Nazis during World War II. He died December 22, 2018, in Jerusalem at the age of 94. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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It's terrible so many of those 94 years were filled with pain and suffering. I offer my sincerest condolences to all those directly impacted by Simcha's death. Isaiah 14:3-7 provided me a lot of comfort reflecting on those I've lost, I hope it does the same for you.

Mr. Rotem was a brave and courageous man. Rest assured, he will be in God's memory. Proverbs 10:7 promises, The memory of the righteous one is due for a blessing. May each of you be comforted.

My sincere condolences and prayers for the loss of your loved one. Psalms 90:10 shows how he lived a long life of special mightiness from God. Keep his many, many, many memories close in your hearts and minds and cherish them forever. May the comfort of God be with you all during this time of grief.

So sorry about the death of your dear loved one. May our Heavenly Father give you the strength you need at this time.Colossians1:11. May the memories you shared comfort and sustain you in the days ahead. Deepest sympathy!

When in High school, I had done a project on some of the ghettos in holocaust. To read and hear the stories of the Jews and others who were persecuted and killed, had broken my heart. No one should have gone through so much suffering. The Nazi's leader was an evil man. Though dead, the memories of him are still nightmares today. But there is a promise made from God that there will be an end to the corrupt government and leaders that care not for It's people. At Daniel 2:44, God promises a...

To the family and friends of Simcha Rotem , Sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest sympathies and prayers to your family at this time. Our Loving Creator And Heavenly Father will sustain you all and help you cope during your time of grief and sorrow for your dear loved one. 2nd Thessslonians chapter 2 verses 16 and 17.

Thank You! Simcha.

B'H may your memory be for a blessing. The world will remember your bravery in the fight against evil.

may your memory always being a blessing to others!