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Military Engagements Can Be Good…

Sometimes a 'military engagement' can be a positive experience.
Some military engagements in Gaza are good.

Some military engagements in Gaza are good.
Photo Credit: Courtesy, Stand With Israel / Facebook

Israeli ‘Stand With Us’ Fellowship alumni Ilana and Itai are both currently serving as IDF reservists, and no one denies it’s been a tough tour.

But on Tuesday – the day on which the Creator said twice that ‘it was good,’ – an ersatz red carpet was rolled out upon the sands of a beach.

Ilana was led down that carpet and Itai presented his love with a diamond ring. (She accepted.)

Sometimes a military engagement can be a positive experience. Mazel tov!

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17 Responses to “Military Engagements Can Be Good…”

  1. Mazal tov!!! l chaim! :-D! #FreeTheSlaves!

  2. I get it! Engagement…hah.

  3. So beautiful and heartwarming.

  4. Mazel Tov. Life can still be good in such awful times.

  5. Chan Rithy says:

    congratulation !!!!!

  6. I meant Mazel Tov! Autocorrect….

  7. I meant Mazel Tov! Autocorrect….

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