On the War Front

Your small efforts can make the difference.

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(6) cindy graham, July 14, 2014 4:52 AM

G-D bless Israel

I am Christian and I am truly praying for Israel day and night , I have a special love for Israel and the idf.....I will support idf as much as I can with donation to them...I love Israel and what it stands for...Israel is the apple of G-D'S eye..i will do every good deed as the rabbi said...daily I will pray for the peace ...G-D will always bless Israel...always

(5) Monica Weisz, July 13, 2014 10:50 PM

Praying for the safety of the Jewish population in Israel.

As a member of the Jewish community in Buenos Aires, Argentina, I am very concerned about the current situation in Israel and I pray for the well being of Israel and the safety of its population.

(4) Linda Lubitz, July 13, 2014 7:02 PM

Praying for you

I am a Lutheran from Minnesota (USA) and am praying for love and peace to Jerusalem and all of Israel.

(3) david frankel, July 13, 2014 4:04 PM

all I can say Israeli leaders had brought this upon them selves they invited the snake and terrorist to live among then they give them money comfort and every thing else they expect the terrorisit to act like normal human beings

(2) Yehudith Shraga, July 13, 2014 2:07 PM

Thank you so very much to reminding us the right atitude to the situation

We are blessed with the powerful physical system of withstanding the Hamas abuse, but the strongest, most perfect Power of the Protection is our Creator, Whom we all address in prayers and do any possible effort to join our will in bringing the world to the level of permanent Peaceful Existence. People of Israel, the Jews in all the World and the People of the Good Will are united and dedicated to free the world from offences of those who try to live at the expense of others, who try to make their living by spreading the nightmare of terrorism over the world and stand in the way to the Peaceful Future.

Today I called one of our lady-student from Tel-Aviv( she is the eldest and is 67 years old) to tell that we are going to arrange her participation in tomorrow Torah lesson through the Skype. To my complete surprise, she refused even to listen to this option, and stated that there is no way she is going to be at home, when all the group is coming to learn together. I tried my best to tell her that she is going to hear every bit of the lesson, but she continued on saying that it is not the same, that it is too very important for her to feel each and every heart beating in dedication to Torah study, and that she is not going to let anybody to stop her from experiencing the Unity and deprive her from having the right to join the lesson of Torah and to contribute to the Merits of Israeli People.

I believe that such a courageous decision shows the Spirit of Israeli People and is the Guarantee of the Hamas' failure to threaten our Life in the Land of Israel.

Just for the record, Ballet de Lorraine from France has canceled its tour to Israel "due to the current political situation in Israel", while Israeli Theaters and Philharmonic Orchestras do not! We believe in G-d and His Ways to protect us. Those who fight the People of Israel fight the G-d Himself, and it is a lost course altogether.


Rina, July 14, 2014 3:59 AM


Amen. Well said!

(1) Anonymous, July 13, 2014 10:24 AM

Every effort counts whether physical or spiritual. Sometimes we might feel like prayer is nothing, but we should remember who runs the world, Hashem - we need to turn to G-d and acknowledge that we need His help. We create positive energy with every prayer and mitzvah which helps to protect and help us through this time. We are amazed with the Iron Dome, this among other things is a gift from Hashem. May Israel continue to be protected. It's a very difficult time now, but as it says in Psalm 46 "G-d is our refuge and strength"
May our redemption come soon


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