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    IDF Memorial Day

    Standing in silence for the Kedoshim, is it “chukat hagoyim?”

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss | 30 Nissan 5784
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    IDF Memorial Day

    The Tallit that Saved Lives

    I would like to share with you a miracle that happened to my friends and me, along with more than twenty IDF soldiers, thanks to a Tallit.

    Rabbi Yossef Carmel | Iyar 2 5782
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    9 min
    IDF Memorial Day

    A Tale of Two Fathers

    After his first Shabbos ends with an unspeakable tragedy, Shimon Ilan’s resilience & faith paves the way for an unexpected friendship and inspires Yaakov Shwekey’s latest hit song Ein Davar Ra.

    Rabbi Yoel Gold | Iyar 8 5782
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    IDF Memorial Day

    Lessons from Gush Etzion, Hevron – and My Great-Grandfather

    Rabbi Moti Weissrosen | Iyar 5 5782
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    3 min
    IDF Memorial Day

    Heroes Of Israel Day

    What did The Rebbe of Lubavitch say to the soldiers who were injured in their duty in the IDF? And what is the right attitude towards this day?

    Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu | Iyar 2 5782
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    Peninei Halakha

    13. The Siren and Moments of Silence on Yom Ha-zikaron

    Chapter 4: Yom Ha-atzma’ut

    The Knesset decided that “Two minutes of silence will be observed throughout the entire country, during which all work and travel will cease.”

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | Cheshvan 5 5782
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    Peninei Halakha

    12. Yom Ha-zikaron: A Day of Remembrance for Israel’s Fallen Soldiers

    Chapter 4: Yom Ha-atzma’ut

    From a halakhic standpoint, there is no need to institute a general memorial day for the holy soldiers who were killed in battle.

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | Cheshvan 5 5782
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    IDF Memorial Day

    The Pain and the Pride

    Israel is a roller-coaster, a thrill ride; We are currently in the "sandwich," in the segment between the twin triumphs of our glorious redemption from Egypt, and "Exodus 1948," when we re-established ourselves as a sovereign country.

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss | Nissan 25 5781
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    52 min
    Coping with Difficulties

    Rav Kook on Why Are There So Many Wars in the Process of Geula

    Appreciating the Altruism of the IDF

    The young State of Israel has seen so many wars, and the question is: We would have thought that the redemptive process of Y'mot HaMashiach would include gradually having more and more peace! We shouldn't be surprised because the prophets teach us that Milchamot Gog u'Magog, where the nations try and take away the Land of Israel, is part of the plan, but why? Rav Kook relates to the Godly altruism and unity which inevitably are part of war, not only on the battle field but where all Jews especially help each other, more than usual. The class deals with the innocent and righteous who are killed in war, and the special status of the non-religious soldiers in their especially unique altruism.

    Rabbi Ari Shvat | Nissan 29 5780
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    IDF Memorial Day

    Holy In Death, Holy In Life

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss | 27 577 Nissan 27 5776
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    IDF Memorial Day

    Yom Hazikaron (Memorial Day) for the Fallen Soldiers of the IDF

    Everything we have today is due to their sacrifice for the Jewish people.

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | 5575
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    IDF Memorial Day

    Treasure And Trauma

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss | 5775
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    Additional Lessons

    A Time To Remember

    Rabbi Stewart Weiss
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    IDF Memorial Day

    MEMORIAL DAY

    Rabbi Berel Wein | Iyar 5768
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    IDF Memorial Day

    “I Shall Be Sanctified”

    The students of Rabbi Akiva are aware that there is an obligation to give one's life in a time of religious persecution, but they are surprised at the fact that Rabbi Akiva fulfills the commandment of “Shema” even while being tortured to death.

    Rabbi Chaim Katz | 5765
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    IDF Memorial Day

    Remembrance Day for Israeli Soldiers and Victims of Acts of Terror

    Yom Hazikaron

    Yom Hazikaron

    Rabbi Gideon Weitzman | 5764
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    IDF Memorial Day

    "Yom HaZikaron" - A Personal Note

    "Despite the great differences between us - you, workers on Kibbutz Zikim; I, a student at Yeshivat Mercaz HaRav in Jerusalem - and without hiding or overlooking our differences, it seems to me that there is much more uniting us than separating us."

    Rabbi Zalman Baruch Melamed | Menachem-Av, 5734
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    IDF Memorial Day

    Due Respect on "Yom HaZikaron"

    There exists considerable confusion in the Israeli public regarding what ought to be the true nature and meaning of Yom HaZikaron (Israel's Memorial Day). Many believe, superficially, that on Yom HaZikaron it is our duty to bow our heads in sorrow.

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | Nisan 5763
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    IDF Memorial Day

    "The Very Same Fire" - Death and Redemption

    One who receives something for nothing does not always know how to appreciate it as he should. The more we sacrifice ourselves for the sake of possessing the Land the greater will our bond with the Land be.

    Rabbi S. Yossef Weitzen | Iyar 5762
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