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The Knesset at Prayer

Knesset at Prayer

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Israeli Knesset Members and workers gather for a prayer in the Kneseet for the release of three Jewish boys who were kidnapped a few days ago by Hamas.

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7 Responses to “The Knesset at Prayer”

  1. Let them all be exposed for the humanity they lack. We all see them. Global awareness is in effect to now determine basic cultural ideologies that are no longer relevant or tolerable. Islam Islam Must Be Exterminated From Earth.

  2. Why does it take a tragedy to make some Jews pray?

  3. Helen Talkin says:

    God hears our cries!!!!

  4. beautiful to see them pray to God there will be answere, God bless Israel

  5. Ricki Rubin says:

    & not one word from Obama #Shameful

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