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August 31, 2015 / 16 Elul, 5775
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Stand Still


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Photo Credit: Nati Shohat/Flash 90

On Monday morning, the country came to a stand still as the siren went off in memory of those who were murdered during the Holocaust.

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16 Responses to “Stand Still”

  1. Joe Ritchie says:

    May their souls rest in peace.

  2. May they RIP may this never happen again to any nationality

  3. May history never repeat its self!

  4. Usani Utum says:

    May their innocent souls rest in perfect peace

  5. Julia Bowman says:

    What a country! Xoxoxoxo……

  6. Joyce Myers says:

    Never ever again

  7. Gavin Knight says:

    only Jesus Isa9:6 can save them for what about to come Jer30:7;Mat24:21

  8. Bil Vigil Wt says:

    MAy we never forget.

  9. While John Kerry, POTUS, and his Democratic regime twists the knife into your backs. Can you feel it yet?

  10. Joel Fisher says:

    We all did – except if you POST at Haaretz – where they proudly tell you they didn’t … Why I didn’t stand for the siren – By Naomi Darom | 05:42 29.04.14

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