A new exhibit here in the borough captures snapshots of goodwill during World War 2. 

The Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion Museum transferred these photographs to the Albanian Islamic Cultural Center. 

The gallery features the work of Norman Gershman who documented the role of the Albanian Muslim Community during the Holocaust. 

His photographs depict those who sheltered Jews fleeing Nazi persecution. 

"When you think about the Holocaust, you think about death and destruction and in this instance we are talking about people lives being saved. People who risked their lives. People who aren't Jewish," said Michael Miller of the Jewish Community Relations Council. 

"Albanians during that time. They sacrificed their lives in order to save lives," said Tahir Kukaj of the Albanian Islamic Cultural Center. 

The exhibit is on display for a month.