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Engagement Under Fire


Engagement on the border

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Berale Yackobovitz goes to his knees to propose to Margalit near a tank near the border with Gaza in South Israel, during Operation Protective Edge, on July 15, 2014.

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49 Responses to “Engagement Under Fire”

  1. I think that’s great.

  2. I think that’s great.

  3. I think that’s great.

  4. I think that’s great.

  5. Why should it be. Life has to go on and in the midst of an unjust war – it should. Evil permeates this world, every corner of it to inject some happiness can not be a bad thing. Congrats to this couple.

  6. Why should it be. Life has to go on and in the midst of an unjust war – it should. Evil permeates this world, every corner of it to inject some happiness can not be a bad thing. Congrats to this couple.

  7. Why should it be. Life has to go on and in the midst of an unjust war – it should. Evil permeates this world, every corner of it to inject some happiness can not be a bad thing. Congrats to this couple.

  8. Why should it be. Life has to go on and in the midst of an unjust war – it should. Evil permeates this world, every corner of it to inject some happiness can not be a bad thing. Congrats to this couple.

  9. Joyce G says:

    Gives a new meaning to “Rules of Engagement”

  10. Joyce G says:

    Gives a new meaning to “Rules of Engagement”

  11. Joyce G says:

    Gives a new meaning to “Rules of Engagement”

  12. Joyce G says:

    Gives a new meaning to “Rules of Engagement”

  13. Lloyd Thomas says:

    Prophets His Kingdom and Glory Intercessors and Prayer Warriors: Father, Jesus, Holy Spirit Let nothing come to us nor from us…. But that of thy most Holy Will and Word today, tonight and always amen in Jesus

  14. Lloyd Thomas says:

    Prophets His Kingdom and Glory Intercessors and Prayer Warriors: Father, Jesus, Holy Spirit Let nothing come to us nor from us…. But that of thy most Holy Will and Word today, tonight and always amen in Jesus

  15. Wil Son says:

    Am Yisrael chai, od avinu chai

    עַם יִשְׂרָאֵל חַי עוֹד אָבִינוּ חַי

  16. Wil Son says:

    Am Yisrael chai, od avinu chai

    עַם יִשְׂרָאֵל חַי עוֹד אָבִינוּ חַי

  17. Wil Son says:

    Am Yisrael chai, od avinu chai

    עַם יִשְׂרָאֵל חַי עוֹד אָבִינוּ חַי

  18. Wil Son says:

    Am Yisrael chai, od avinu chai

    עַם יִשְׂרָאֵל חַי עוֹד אָבִינוּ חַי

  19. Yeah! But did she accept?

  20. Yeah! But did she accept?

  21. Please Gd keep them happy and safe!

  22. Life & it’s cycles go on!

  23. Seth Miller says:

    Mazel Tov! B”H

  24. Seth Miller says:

    Mazel Tov! B”H

  25. Seth Miller says:

    Mazel Tov! B”H

  26. MAZEL-TOV…. AM YISRAEL CHAI, OD AVINU CHAI!!! May Hashem keep them both healthy and safe!!! MANY BLEESINGS TO THE BOTH OF THEM ON THEIR NEW JOURNEY!!

  27. MAZEL-TOV…. AM YISRAEL CHAI, OD AVINU CHAI!!! May Hashem keep them both healthy and safe!!! MANY BLEESINGS TO THE BOTH OF THEM ON THEIR NEW JOURNEY!!

  28. MAZEL-TOV…. AM YISRAEL CHAI, OD AVINU CHAI!!! May Hashem keep them both healthy and safe!!! MANY BLEESINGS TO THE BOTH OF THEM ON THEIR NEW JOURNEY!!

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