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We Will Remember

A song in tribute to recent victims of terror.

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(6) Paul, December 21, 2015 9:23 AM

Beautiful

We are Jews and we will remember!!!

(5) Devorah, December 19, 2015 1:26 AM

Wish they were still with us celebrating life.

You did a beautiful job on this Yahuda. The video showing celebrations in the streets of Israel specifically with the Israeli flag draped around their neck like a cape was simply superb. The random acts of violence against Jews.....unsettling. I wonder if any of Israel heard of Jeet Jun Do? Bruce Lee perfected this form of Martial Arts. It's faster than say the surprise attackers. Very effective. Very deadly. Elderly can do it as well as the young. It's not about strength. Learn and practise daily to be agile and successful. I mean EVERY day without fail.

(4) Leye Andreessen, December 18, 2015 9:24 AM

Beautiful Tribute

This is a beautiful, heartfelt tribute to the innocent victims of terror. Such senseless, devastating tragedies, and injuries. K"H, I have a 19 year old son currently in Yeshiva in Israel, currently going through the draft process to volunteer for the Israeli Defense Forces. I'm so very proud, but struggling with fear and concern for him, as well as all the brave, wonderful Chayalim. I will Daven and continue saying Tehillim for everyone.

(3) Shana, December 18, 2015 12:47 AM

I listened to this song so many times. it really gave me inspiration and is now in my list of favorite songs. I have a brother in Israel right now, and I was thinking what would i feel like if I get a call saying he was in a terrorist attack right now? but then I realized that all those people in the previous attacks are my brothers and sisters also. How do i feel about that how did I react when I heard about that. I cried said some tehillim, davened. but thats about it. Now i realize that if it were my brother i would constantly be davening and this inspired me to keep it on. keep davening because even if you so no know them they are still your family.

(2) Anonymous, December 17, 2015 5:19 PM

absolutely beautiful

wish the whole world can see this

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