Chief met with Holocaust survivor Dov pldmer flower project “exploitation”

הרמטכ”ל עם דב פלדמר, הערב. צילום: שי וגנר, דובר צה”ל

Lieutenant General Benny Gantz visited pldmer’s House and gave him a certificate of appreciation on behalf of
And IDF commanders in the framework of the project the week officers and soldiers to the homes of about 9,000 additional survivors

תאריך: 17/04/2012, 22:03    
מחבר: מערכת אתר צה”ל

Chief of general staff, General Benjamin (Benny) Gantz, participated today (Tuesday) the project “flower” in which exploitation visited together with ceo to benefit Holocaust survivors, Mr Rooney kalinsky, ceo of ghetto fighters ‘ House, Ms. Anat white and Chief Education Officer Brigadier-General Eli shermister, the home of Mr. Dov pldmer, who lives in the city of Petah Tikva.

Pldmer (86), a native of Czechoslovakia who immigrated to Israel in 1949, was sent in June 1944 along
With his family to Auschwitz, in a train, after being expelled from their homes to novozmki. His mother was sent
To the gas chambers, along with other family members while he, his brother and father were separated – and so were saved.
Hear the story of Chief pldmer and gave him a certificate of appreciation and a flower on his behalf and on behalf of the IDF, saying that “people like you teach us about our society today and what proportion is. We grant you a certificate of appreciation in emotional respects soldiers and commanders name for your contribution to the country and with Israel. It is a great honor to meet you and to hear and continue the tradition.

Lt. General Gantz said that he is “glad we live in a country where such things don’t happen anymore. We have a State and a country to live in “.
“Flower to exploit” is a project in which officers and soldiers come from all flanks and the troops home about 9,000 survivors throughout the country. During the visit exposed
The officers and soldiers for the testimonies of survivors and give survivors a combination flower identification as a link between the IDF and Holocaust survivors.
The project
Takes the eighth year in a row, in collaboration with the Social Fund (IDF) for victims of the Holocaust in Israel and the claims Conference. Exciting business illustrates the Shoah survivors and soldiers the strength and resistance of the Jewish people.

Translated from Hebrew