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Happy Pesach from the IDF


Happy Pesach from the IDF

Happy Pesach from the IDF
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11 Responses to “Happy Pesach from the IDF”

  1. Chag pesach sameach everyone

  2. Happy Passover to you all from Canton,Ohio!

  3. Ralf Josephy says:

    … where are the ladies?

  4. Chag Pesach Sameach !!!

  5. AND A HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE HERO-SOLDIERS THAT ARE THE PRIDE OF ISRAEL…QUE VIVA EL PUEBLO DE ISRAEL, EN SU TIERRA POR EL PROMETIDA CON LA SAGRADA TORAH COMO GUIA!!!!!!

  6. Julio Sales says:

    Happy and kosher Passover! Chag Pesach Kasher V'Sameach! חג פסח כשר ושמח לכולם!

  7. Brandy C. Johnston says:

    have a happyand very blessed passover, Israel and i.d.f! America loves you and is rooting for you! <3 :)

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