Remembrance Day

“……anyone who rises against us will feel the full weight of our fist.”

Remembrance Day is not a religious holiday but it is marked with an air of spiritual solemnity, including the full participation of rabbis – military and other – who recite prayers for the fallen at the ceremonies.

The main ceremony for Memorial Day for the Soldiers Who Fell in Israel’s Wars and the Victims of Terror Attacks began at the Kotel plaza at 8:00 P.M.

A 60-second-long siren sounded nationwide, and millions of Israeli citizens stood in honor of 22,867 people who gave their lives fighting for the homeland, and murdered in terror attacks.

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Kenny Solomon
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