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At the Olympics: Honoring a survivor

Fabian Gilot’s Hebrew tattoo, reading “I am nothing without them.” Credit: PD.

(JNS.org) French swimmer Fabian Gilot displayed a Hebrew tattoo with text meaning “I am nothing without them” when raising his arm upon his team’s Olympic victory in the men’s 4 x 100 relay. Gilot said he sported the tattoo to honor Max Goldschmidt, his grandmother’s Jewish husband, who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust, ArtsJournal reported.

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