Jews With Views

Opinions & Rants On The Jewish World

Jews With Views header image 2

WHEN A SOLDIER WISHES ME TO HAVE A PEACEFUL MEMORIAL DAY…I CRY

May 29th, 2010 · 3 Comments

Our great american JEWISH  military, lifes on the line, sleeping in tents, sleeping on the earth, on soil of an oppressed people by a terrorist, an evil dictator and  knowing that after he and his fellow soldiers free these people from the torture ,rape rooms and beatings..those very people the just freed people  such as in  iraq will most likely  spit on and curse our American soldiers to get out of ”their country”. It wasnt ‘their country’ before our troops freed them and gave the woman rights to vote to drive cars and to work.

The American soldier fought and today fight for freedom for us to live on our great land of freedom and rights beyond any other country or dreams of any other foreigner can ever have.

GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH

Our sons and daughters, mothers and father, sisters and brothers have those words embedded on their hearts and minds before they signed up for THEIR  VOLUNTEERED SERVICE. When they took the oath of service, our freedom fighters, our warriors  put THEIR dreams of serving to protect us  into ACTION.  

GD BLESS AMERICA THE LAND THAT I LOVE.

OUR SOLDIERS SING THAT EVERYDAY WITH THEIR ACTION, OUT TO SEA, IN THE AIR,IN  THE TRENCHES  ON LAND .

WE civilians come home from 8 hrs of work and we say we are tired. we bath and dress our children, we’re annoyed at the kids for breaking a dish, our mothers and  fathers are getting old and need extra watching. WE ARE ANNOYED because our boss reprimanded us, the credit card company called because we are late on our payment. The rent is due and our socks have a hole in it. We get angry because we got a parking ticket for not getting to the meter on time….THESE ARE OUR TROUBLES ………

Yet we still  get to touch the soft skin of our babies and touch our mothers and fathers and loved one…….

WHILE OUR GREAT MILITARY IS ON THE FRONT LINES WITH THEIR FLESH AND THEIR BLOOD….WITH THEIR FEAR  THEY BLOCK OUT,  WONDERING WHEN  THE NEXT TERROR SUICIDE BOMBER WILL HAPPEN AND WHERE? OR A ROADSIDE BOMB WILL EXPLODE OR SOME PREGNANT WOMAN WILL PULL OUT A KNIFE OR GUN TO STAB HIM TO DEATH….AND THE SOLDIER HAS TO THINK IF ITS OK TO DEFEND HIMSELF OR WILL HE GET COURT MARTIALED if he is still alive…

Then I get an email from a soldier out at sea or some manuevers wishing  ME,  A HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY. 

his uncompromised unconditional love for me, a mere American living in the luxurious freedom that HE PROVIDES FOR ME….

HE OR SHE IS OUT WALKING A DIRT ROAD IN AFGHANISTAN, PRAYING AND HOPING TO GET HOME SOON

…………AND HE WISHES ME A HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY

YES I CRY

I was selfish yesterday when I had an icecream cone sitting on the beach and I didn’t thank him OR  PRAY FOR HIS SAFE RETURN. I DIDNT TELL HIM IN MY MIND THAT I LOVE HIM AND HER FOR THEIR UNSELFISH LOVE FOR AMERICA

FROM:RACHEL MEHANI

Rachel Mehani to me
Yarzheit Memorial for Global War on Terror
 
 UPDATE: The list has been sorted alphabetically, broken out by rank, service branch, and basic home of record (if known), including sadly the latest casualty.
I think it’s appropriate to remember our Jewish service members who have given all in the Global War on Terror.  If I missed any names, I do apologize.
For families of the deceased:  Ha’makom yenahem etkhem betokh she’ar avelei Tziyon vi’Yerushalayim.
Agami, Daniel – Specialist, Army, Florida
Allen, Howard Paul – Sergeant, Army National Guard, Arizona
Ben Yahudah, Benyahmin – Specialist, Army, Georgia
Bernstein, David – 1st Lieutenant, Army, Pennsylvania
Bitton, Albert – Corporal, Army, Chicago
Blum, Aron C. – Sergeant, Marines, Arizona
Bruckenthal, Nathan – Petty Officer, Coast Guard, New York
Budeysky, Steven M. – Sergeant, Army, Chicago
Cohen, Michael R. – Corporal, Marines, Pennsylvania
Dvorin, Seth – 2nd Lieutenant, Army, New Jersey
Engel, Mark E. – Lance Corporal, Marines, Colorado
Evnin, Mark A. – Corporal, Marines, Vermont
Fairbairn, Aaron – Private First Class, Army, Washington
Farkas, Daniel – 1st Lieutenant,Army National Guard, New York
Fletcher, Jacob S. – Private First Class, Army, New York
Freeman, Daniel J. – Specialist, Army, Cincinatti, OH
Harrington, Foster – Sergeant, Marines, Texas
Jacobson, Elizabeth N. – Airman First Class, Air Force, Florida
Kane, Jeremy – Lance Corporal, Marines, Cherry Hill, NJ
Krissoff, Nathan M. – 1st Lieutenant, Marines, Nevada
Mervis, Paul – Lieutenant, British Army, London
Pine, Shawn – Lieutenant Colonel, Army Reserve, Texas
Pontell, Darin – Lieutenant JG, Navy, Pentagon, died on 9/11
Rosenberg, Mark – Major, Army, Florida
Schrage, Dustin – Corporal, Marines, Florida
Schulte, Roslyn – 1st Lieutenant, Air Force, St. Louis, MO
Secher, Robert Michael – Captain, Marines, Tennessee
Seiden, Marc S. – Specialist, Army, New Jersey
Shackelford, Michael – Sergeant, Army, Denver, CO
Sher, Gregory – Private, Australian Army, Melbourne
Sherman, Alan D. – Sergeant, Marines, New Jersey
Sklaver, Benjamin – Captain, Army Reserve, Hamden, CT
Stern, Andrew K. – 1st Lieutenant, Marines, Tennessee
Tarlavsky, Michael – Captain, Army, 5th Special Forces Group
Weinger, Robert M. – Sergeant, Army National Guard, Illinois
Wershow, Jeffery – Specialist, Army National Guard, Florida
Wolfe, Colin J. – Private First Class, Marines, Virginia
Wolfer, Stuart A. – Major, Army, Florida
Wong, Elijah – Sergeant, Army National Guard, Arizona
Yelner, Jonathan – Senior Airman, Air Force, California
Zilberman, Steven M. – Lieutenant, Navy Pilot, Columbus, Ohio

__________________

FROM: CAPT_NIGHT OWL

Dacon
Please attach this discription to the listing of the Jewish congretional Medal of Honor recipients.
It’s very important that non-jews who have claimed We havent served in earlier wars , words are refuted and torn from their tongues as lies.you can run this on top of page them attach the list from the prior E-mail . Thank You.
 
 The Congressional Medal of Honor (CMOH) is the highest decoration an American military person can receive for outstanding heroism and bravery in battle. Eighteen Jews have received the CMOH. There are probably more as many are unknown because they enlisted under different names. As in the past, the future will reveal more names of the Jews who received the CMOH.
This exhibit tries to capture their heroism through the illustrations and the official citations of their bravery. It also refutes the lie “that Jews didn’t fight in any of our country’s wars.” Jews have fought in every skirmish, battle and war from the American Revolutionary War to Desert Storm. The Jewish War Veterans of the USA, the oldest active veterans organization in the country, was organized on March 15, 1896, by seventy-eight Jewish Civil War veterans in New York City to expose the lies of Mark Twain and other writers of that day “that Jews didn’t fight in the Civil War.”

Jewish Recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor

 Honor our  Jewish Heroes
Leopold Karpeles
Benjamin Levy
Henry Heller
Isaac Gause
David Orbansky
Abraham Cohn
Simon Suhler
George Geiger
Samuel Marguiles
William Sawelson
Benjamin Kaufman
Sydney G. Gumpertz
Raymond Zussman
Isadore S. Jachman
Ben L. Salomon
Tibor Rubin
Jews Serve in World War II
Jack H. Jacobs
John L. Levitow

_______________

______________

letters from overseas from MOE:

:<<( PM EDT)>> I CANT THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR KEEPING YOUR SUPPORT GOING OUT THERE.<<(05/29/10 6:23 PM EDT)>> I KNOW YOU MUST HAVE MORE OF THESE MESSAGES COMING YOUR WAY, I GOT SEVERAL REMINDERS FROM MORE THAN A FEW TO MAKE SURE I SENT YOU SOMETHING TO SUPPORT OUR TROOPS.<<(05/29/10 6:21 PM EDT)>> DACON MY GOOD MAN PLEASE POST THIS FOR ME , I TRIED SENDING YOU SOMETHING TO POST LAST WEEK SOMETIMEBUT IT CAME BACK DOMAIN FAIL, POST IT POST IT THANKS<<(05/29/10 6:19 PM EDT)>> DACON PLEASE POST SOME WORDS FOR ALL OF THE SOLDIERS IN AMERICA AND IN ISRAEL AND SERVING IN OTHER CORNERS OF THE WORLD KEEPING US ALL IN THE COVER OF FREEDOM.,GUYS AND WOMEN SERVING THE MARINES , ARMY, AIRFORCE , NAVY, COAST GUARDS, RESERVES, AND THE NATIONAL GUARDS, THANK YOU, THANK YOU FOR YOUR ULTIMATE SACRIFICE OF TIME AND UNFORTUNATELY LIVES. HOW CAN WE EVER THANK YOU ENOUGH? HAVE A PEACEFUL MEMORIAL DAY!.

__________

active duty TEXIAN

<<( PM EDT)>> Please Dacon9 sir.<<(05/29/10 5:20 PM EDT)>> can You post this on your blog for :Memorial Day to our Men and Women serving our country and abroad in all Branches:<<(05/29/10 5:21 PM EDT)>> Our greatest Asset to our Nation is our Men and Women serving this Country with their bravery and Dignity<<(05/29/10 5:22 PM EDT)>> and of course their precious lives so that we may be free.<<(05/29/10 5:22 PM EDT)>> Thank you All<<(05/29/10 5:23 PM EDT)>> Bless All of you and Your Families., And may Hashem<<(05/29/10 5:23 PM EDT)>> Guide you All to Safety.<<(05/29/10 5:23 PM EDT)>> Thank You Also Dacon9<<(05/29/10 5:24 PM EDT)>> Please Post My Words.

________

 MAY HASHEM BLESS ALL OUR TROOPS SERVING OUR GREAT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND ISRAEL TO BE SAFE AND COME HOME SOON
  
MY DEAR SOLDIERS , I WANTED TO GIVE YOU GOOD CHEER AND SMILES OUT THERE…BUT AS I READ AND LOOKED FOR AN APRROPRIATE VIDEO I REALIZE THAT IF I DO…MANY  WOULD NOT BE TOUCHED  BY OR EVEN REALIZE  YOUR SACRIFICES FOR US.  THE REALITY OF WHAT YOU DO SOMETIMES,  IT MUST BE DONE,  TO PROTECT OUR FREEDOM IN AMERICA  AND ISRAEL AND THE FREE  WORLD,  SOMETIMES WE MUST GO TO WAR.

KING SOLOMON SAID ‘THERE IS A TIME FOR PEACE AND A TIME  FOR WAR’  MAYBE OUR PRAYERS  WILL  BRING PEACE CLOSER AND A VICTORY IF THATS THE COURSE THAT MUST BE.

GD BLESS YOU  GUYS …AMEN
_________

FOOTNOTE TO OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMAN;  I read this blog and your messages  in a CHAT ROOM OF OVER 70 PEOPLE. They all saluted you. Some are vets and 1 was a former marine DI. Some said they loved to hear from you guys serving.They loved your messages to me THAT i SHARED WITH THE CHAT ROOM FOLKS,. Some have their children presently serving and they said they were hearing from you was like hearing from their own family serving.

___________

Observations on Soldier Life

THE LIFE OF AN ISRAELI SOLDIER IS…

 Sleeping on the floor of a public intercity bus while 50 cozy
civilians enjoy their seats;

Discovering that hobos are smart, in that cardboard really feels
like a mattress when trying to sleep on a concrete slab;

A 101.2 temperature is no reason you can’t pull guard duty

Discovering a new use for mil-spec night vision goggles:
stargazing;

Realizing that no matter how much you dream for weeks while on base

about the simple pleasures of civilian life, like dipping cookies
in milk, or drinking a beer with lime, your imagination will always

be infinitely more potent than reality;

Scanning the newspapers for your exploits, only to find
misinformation and truncation;

 Finding that scientific rules do not pertain to the army, like the
pack-a-day smoker who is the best runner in the platoon;

Waking up exhausted in the middle of the night to falling Kassam
rockets but not giving a damn, and certainly not enough to run to a bunker;

Watching red tracers light up the night unfazed

Experiencing unrivaled joy when having to eat kosher Spam plain but

miraculously finding ketchup;

Being called a ‘hero’ by a stranger on the street when all you
really did that week was work in the kitchen;

Finding that you hate your enemy most not when they attack, but
rather when they take away from valuable sleeping time;

Ignoring all the cool weapons and tanks and APC’s you dreamed about

seeing before the army because all you really want to do is be at
home, in bed, watching an action movie;

Wondering what real girls look like, since the ones that work
around infantry bases resemble armored Humvees more than anything
else;

Conversely, chatting with pretty Arab girls at checkpoints because,

eh, that’s the real challenge;

Looking in the mirror in full uniform and feeling ten feet tall and

bulletproof.

___________

Serve 2 Protect:  i was an MP in the Army
Serve 2 Protect:can I add that i wish upon all my bretheren and sisters currently and priorly serving their countries
Serve 2 Protect: the best and safest Memorial day
Serve 2 Protect: i want to also say to The Israeli Soldiers have a safe Memorial Day
Serve 2 Protect: may HASHEM always and furthermore keep you safe in his grasp
Serve 2 Protect: thanks to Dacon for your important level of support to Jews and our Military
Serve 2 Protect: your words on jews with views are significant and touching, Toda
Serve 2 Protect: nothing can be more important than our safety and freedom
Serve 2 Protect: A huge thanks to all of the families who have loved ones serving their countries here and around the world
Serve 2 Protect: and of course to all of our brave brothers and sisters who we have lost in the process of freedom, for your ultimate sacrifice I salute your gift of uncomparable bravery
Serve 2 Protect: toda Dac<<
COMMENTS?  DO NOT SEND TO ‘PALTALK  MESSAGES
CLICK EITHER EMAIL: jewswithviews@gmail.com or click comments   \/

 

_________

 History tells us that the first licensed woman pilot in the United States was Harriet Quimby in 1911. History forgets to tell us that Katherine Wright, sister of the Wright brothers, had as much to do with the first flight at Kittyhawk as did her brothers. Women flew airplanes before they could vote – but not in the U.S. military!
During WWI Princess Eugenie Shakhovskaya and Princess Sophie Alexandrovna Dolgorunaya were among the first women to become military pilots in Europe and though American women pilots volunteered, none were taken seriously. We all know the story of the gallant WASP pilots – women who flew every airplane made during WWII – including an experimental jet at 350 mph at 35,000 feet, (flown by Ann Baumgartner in 1944) – yet were not considered military pilots until decades later
 Jacqueline Cochran broke the sound barrier in 1953, set speed and altitude records and lobbied for the use of women pilots in the military – to no avail. Civilian women were flying over the North Pole, around the world, and through the sound barrier but until the ’70s the military resisted having women pilots.
The Navy, not the Air Force, took the first step – in 1974 six women earned their wings and became the first Naval aviators. The Army followed suit in 1974 and trained female helicopter pilots.

The Air Force caught up in 1976 and admitted women to the pilot training program. But there was a catch. By virtue of exisiting policies, their flying was limited to non-combat. Military women pilots would not be flying combat missions.
At least not yet.

Although the military finally trained women pilots the services still played games with gender quotas, the pilot slots, combat exclusion laws and the type aircraft women were allowed to fly. From 1976 to 1993 women pilots were kept out of the cockpits of combat aircraft – in actual combat. Even though women aviators flew during Panama, Grenada and Desert Storm their presence was somehow “excluded” from combat records. Not until 1993 were women allowed to fly combat aircraft.

The first woman pilot in the United States flew in 1911 – it took the military 65 years to recognize and train women as pilots and another seventeen years to permit them to invade the sacrosanct area of combat aircraft. Gratefully the tide is turning. An all women Air Force Fly Over team was present at the dedication of the Women’s Memorial in 1997. A female Air Force Colonel – Eileen Collins – was the first woman to command a space shuttle mission in 1999. Air Force B-52′s and Navy Tomcats are being flown by women.

Finally – the sky is not the limit for women in the military!  During Desert Storm the first woman pilot gave her life while flying in a combat zone. Major Marie T. Rossi died at age 32 on March 1, 1991, when the Chinook helicopter she was piloting crashed near her base in northern Saudia Arabia. The unit she commanded was among the very first American units to cross into enemy held territory flying fuel and ammunition to the rapidly advancing 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions. Major Rossi is buried in Arlington Cemetery where her simple epitaph there reads “First Female Combat Commander To Fly into Battle

Another of the first American woman to fly in combat in the ’90s was Lt Col.Martha McSally, ranked as the top female Air Force pilot. Lt Col McSally was among the first women trained by the Air Force as a fighter pilot. During a 1995-96 tour of duty in Kuwait, she became the first woman in military history to fly a combat sortie in a fighter aircraft. She also flew more than 100 combat hours on an A-10 Warthog attack plane over Iraq in the mid-1990s, and served as a flight commander and trainer of combat pilots.

In 1993 when Secretary of Defense Les Aspin opened combat aviation to women, including enlisted female aircrew members, allowing women to fly combat missions, opportunities opened even more for women pilots and crew members. With these new opportunities female pilot numbers are increasing steadily with more and more women completing pilot training.

Today, in the war against the Taliban and al-Qaida targets in Afghanistan and Iraq, women are filling aircrew positions as bomber pilots, navigators, tanker pilots, and weapons officers – those who specialize in operating in flight arms – loadmasters, and varied officer and enlisted aircrew positions.

In the 2004 Air Force 19.6 % of the force was female.
*18.2 percent of the officers were women and 20 percent of the enlisted corps was women.
* 60.2 percent of the female officers are line officers; 39.8 percent are non-line.
*The population of women in the Air Force was 73,074.
* Women first began entering pilot training in 1976, fighter pilot training in July 1993 and navigator training in 1977.
*2004 there were 519 (3.8 percent) female pilots and 195 (4.1 percent) female navigators and over 600 enlisted crew members.

_______________

Prisoner of Long Island
Nonnadev@gmail.com
98.116.200.64

Remember the fallen, remember those who are serving today. Please recite Tehillim; Chapters 18, 93, 145. Please go to your local Jewish War Veterans Post and ask what you can do to make our beloved family members serving overseas more comfortable.
http://www.jwv.org/communications/the_jewish_veteran

May Ha Kodesh Baruch Hu bring our beloved family members home safely, may His judgment be fair. Amen!

Women first began entering pilot training in 1976, fighter pilot training in July 1993 and navigator training in 1977.
Currently – 2005-06 – there are 568 (4.1 percent) female pilots and 210 (4.6 percent) female navigators.

 

The 2006 Air Force Thunderbirds team includes first female pilot. Major Nicole Malachowski, of the 494th Fighter Squadron at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, joins the team as the first female demonstration pilot on any U.S. military high performance jet team

________________

I had pulled and sorted some articles of interest from Capt.Simon Katz, mail selections from his E-mails, which he had chosen for the Memorial Day occasion.
There are many things of interest Simon would like to post, he told me to make sure I sent off these Memorials; and, themes oriented to the mental and spiratual well being of our Jewish service men and women servicing their countries, appropriate for this Memorial day Holiday/ 2010.

In the next Two weeks Capt.Simon Himself will take control back of what is being sent off to your blog.
As I have explained to you that the ship U.S.S B.B New Jersey is on communication lockdown.
May I be contacted as soon as possible to let me know if you have recieved exactly 7 including this E-mail into your blogs E-mail.
Thank You so much
Rachel Mehani
 

___________

rueben jonesy to me

Shalom to Jewswithviews.
I want to get a shout out to every one in our troops in Iraq.
A “Thank You” could never be enough.
I currently and proudly serve my country of The United States of America in the Honorable “USMC” United States Marine Corps.
Whomever you are and where ever you serve?
All 5 branches of our elite and brave.
May we all get back to our families intact and safe from harm’s way.
We have suffered immeasurable losses this year and have lost some of our brothers and sisters.
who bravely and relentlessly pursued the freedoms and faught the ills of the world, with their unbending code of honor please remember ;Freedom is not free, but the U.S. Marine Corps will pay most of your share.
To My 1ST lieutenant BigTank
I can’t find the words to express what you have done for me and everyone else in our unit and beyond.
To all service men and women.
Have a proud Memorial Day.
 SGM Rueben Jonesy,U.S Marine corps.
FOB Iraq.

______________

David Dacon,
Listen to this message clear and over my bruutah!
I want you to post this important message on your blog
It shows what a shithead our commander and chief we have who doesn’t give one shit.
 
THE PRESIDENT’S DESCISION TO AVOID ARLINGTON ON MEMORIAL DAY:
 
Even if he participates in some event in Chicago’s local National Cemetery, does it say anything that President Obama is skipping out on Arlington on Memorial Day?  Since 1992, with the exception of President Bush honoring veterans one year in Normandy on this date, all presidents have visited Arlington on Memorial Day.
Does this say anything about his relationship with the military?  Some have pointed out that every call he makes to youth for national service has omitted military service.  I served my early days, of my active duty time under President Clinton, who was nothing short of honest about avoiding Vietnam, and ultimately, I think he worked hard to demonstrate his support for the troops to make up for that.  I definitely don’t believe President Clinton would have skipped Arlington if he were currently presiding over two wars where troops are dying on a weekly basis.
what does this Obama apathy say??

___________

Shalom Shalom Bruuttah  David,Dacon,
Oh they want more cigar stories huh?
Ask my swab deckin bruuttahs in the good ol Navy what the hell they do all day?
I personally wanna know what Capt.Simon Katz, “the Popeye of tha sea”,does all damb day long, except for sitting in lawn chairs on his deck takin in the view?.
hahaha
Dose guys lead tha life I tell ya!!
No soup for dem
Capt Simon Katz and your crew of candylanders:
I will give you some valuable advice my bros
change yer branch!
Everyone knows deh Marines are the only manly crew who gets shit done!
Do not front over there!
Get yer asses out of tha Lawn chairs!
Damb you got way to much time on yer hands.Did you guys lose all your game pieces?
Only “us” Marines deserve Cigars, and I might add tha one I had today was well deserved and exquisite!.
hahaha
Good to hear from ya Brutes!
now get the hell back to swabbin dose decks, in yer ball gowns
and leave the real men to get tha job done
Big tank
Iraq.

_______________

Dacon.

I sent you a bit of what is probably considered little known facts of Women Aviators; in our Militarys history.

If you can get the pics to load onto your blog that would be great!.

I archived them from a safe governmental site.

I thought it would be cool to post something exclusively about women’s contributions alongside our men’s countless contributions.

Although, we do consider ourselves one Team fighting for one common cause.

I would also like to get in there;  hearty, Memorial Day Wishes for everyone, and hope that everyone enjoys this time to reflect on their own merits and everyone else who served and fought before them.

Capt.simon Katz U.S. BB New Jersey, Salutes  go out to you, and ,your entire ship Sir!

Former CMSAF Karen Michel, USAF

__________________

Prisoner of Long Island
Nonnadev@gmail.com
Remember the fallen, remember those who are serving today. Please recite Tehillim; Chapters 18, 93, 145. Please go to your local Jewish War Veterans Post and ask what you can do to make our beloved family members serving overseas more comfortable.
http://www.jwv.org/communications/the_jewish_veteranMay Ha Kodesh Baruch Hu bring our beloved family members home safely, may His judgment be fair. Amen!

__________________

DO NOT SEND TO PALTALK PM MESSEGES
CLICK EMAIL: jewswithviews@gmail.com or click comments   \/

 

Tags: Humor & useless stuff · JEWISH LOVE · Jewish World & History · Missionary attacks · Parasha & Religion · World News

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 DACON9 // May 29, 2010 at 6:17 pm

    TEST

  • 2 Prisoner of Long Island // May 30, 2010 at 3:38 am

    Remember the fallen, remember those who are serving today. Please recite Tehillim; Chapters 18, 93, 145. Please go to your local Jewish War Veterans Post and ask what you can do to make our beloved family members serving overseas more comfortable.
    http://www.jwv.org/communications/the_jewish_veteran

    May Ha Kodesh Baruch Hu bring our beloved family members home safely, may His judgment be fair. Amen!

  • 3 Emily // Jun 1, 2010 at 9:17 pm

    Remember the fallen, remember those who are serving today. Please recite Tehillim; Chapters 18, 93, 145. Please go to your local Jewish War Veterans Post and ask what you can do to make our beloved family members serving overseas more comfortable.
    http://www.jwv.org/communications/the_jewish_veteran

    May Ha Kodesh Baruch Hu bring our beloved family members home safely, may His judgment be fair. Amen!

Leave a Comment