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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

    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

    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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