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Field Shower

Field Shower

Tomer Sargon of Netivot heard that IDF soldiers haven’t been able to bath in days, for lack of water and showering facilities out in the field.

So he took it upon himself to help, by driving down to the Gaza border with a truck filled with huge water containers, just so the soldiers could have a field shower.

Kol HaKavod.

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18 Responses to “Field Shower”

  1. Judy Murray says:

    Amazing. Such a mitzvah

  2. Judy Murray says:

    Amazing. Such a mitzvah

  3. God bless, Israel and the Jews

  4. if that was so…. their gaza’n folk would have built bomb shelters to protect them like the Israelis did

  5. Eva Perl says:

    Sam Crow, I hope they use up all the water so Gaza doesn’t have a drop left

  6. Tomer, You have a heart of gold! G-D bless you

  7. Thank u are remain bless.

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  9. Fifi Brakha says:

    This is kindness & solidarity

  10. Thank you for your kindness ! A real chesed !

  11. Stella Webby says:

    Hashem bless you Tomer. What love and kindness and bravery. Did you remember the soap? Hahaha! Just kidding!

  12. Ben E Fira says:

    God bless Israel and the jews

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