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Israel Gathers in Memory

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4 Responses to “Israel Gathers in Memory”

  1. ה’ ייקום דמם!

  2. Kudos, respect and many thanks to the very brave and dedicated IDF.

  3. Kudos, respect and many thanks to the very brave and dedicated IDF.

  4. notice there were no displays of the bodies like they should be paraded around, no screaming or cursing, no rifles being shot into the air. note the absolute respect and love exhibited. note the quiet grief. soft songs soft words. note the difference.

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