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Wednesday, 07 September 2016

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Mr. Cohen

Rabbi Chaim Shmulevitz of the Mirrer Yeshivah (born 1902 CE, died 1979 CE) used to ask every year during Neilah that people daven for the soldiers of the army of Israel.

Rabbi Yosef Dov Soloveitchik (born 1903 CE, died 1993 CE) once referred to an oil-stained, grime-covered Israeli Army uniform as “bigdei kodesh” – holy garments.

Rabbi Avigdor Miller (a popular Chareidi Rabbi and author, born 1908 CE, died 2001 CE) delivered a free public lecture in the last year of his life, in which he said we should pray for the Israeli Army:
“If they are defending us, then we should pray for them.”

Rabbi Lazer Brody (a contemporary Breslov Rabbi) taught:
“…HaShem should protect the soldiers and the police…
we have to express our thanks to every Israeli soldier and police man…”

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