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Soldiers at the Wall of Tears

Soldiers at the Wall of Tears

Photo Credit: IDF

IDF soldiers pray at the Western Wall. Next Tuesday, June 5, will mark the 45th anniversary of the Six Day War in which Israel liberated the Wall from Arab occupation, along with Temple Mount in the midst of historic Jewish Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and Gaza..

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2 Responses to “Soldiers at the Wall of Tears”

  1. The most beautiful picture I have seen in a long long time!
    My heart and soul is there… with the soldiers.

    Am Israel Chai!

    you are the best soldiers of Israel!

    Always… in the heart.

  2. Ruth Hirt says:

    It humbles me seeing a group of soldiers seeking HaShem's power. It should teach many believers regarding trust and faith, about "Not by might, nor by pow'r but by My Spirit saith the L_rd." Bless the IDF, L_rd.

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