חיילים מחטיבת “כפיר” בירושלים. עונת סיורי הסליחות נפתחה. צילום: אלקסי רוזנפלד, דובר צה”ל
The pardons has focused on the value and included a tour of the old city and the Western Wall. The revch: “it adds to our deep roots.”
תאריך: 19/08/2013, 20:40
מחבר: דנה פטרוב, אתר צה”ל
Hundreds of soldiers from the Kfir Brigade had last night tour Jerusalem attended forgiveness the military (רבצ”ר) Brig. Gen. Rafi Peretz, and Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Yosef. “The objective of these tours is to connect them to our deep roots as a nation – Jerusalem, aspirations and moral claims,
IDF website revch said, adding that “to explain that the IDF’s chswil storm than kiss – it’s also the values and heritage of the people of Israel and their realization”.
This is the fifth year in a row that the Kfir Brigade conducts tour pardons when the selected value year to lead the tour was. “The meaning of soul is the nature of
Judaism, and should wear a yarmulke for that, “said Makhoul Kfir, Colonel Asher Ben Lulu.
The Division’s Commander, Colonel Asher Ben Lulu. “It has more shachiilio charges of firearms values.”
Meanwhile, the report referred to the operation as benign by the IDF during the fighting spirit. “It’s a process that everyone should do. About our flag we win every encounter with the enemy, and each such outcome cannot “interpretation, adding that” should also devote time to the preparation of the force to follow the spirit of the IDF also in relations with others, and to maintain restraint and respect the person next door! “
During the tour the regiment soldiers visited the great synagogue in Jerusalem, where he spoke to them and the revch to Israel. Then the soldiers patrolling the alleys of the old city and the Western Wall, where he was reciting selichot.
“Nice to see thousands of soldiers are coming to the Western Wall in one night-some pray, some think.
And do some soul-searching, “said Brigadier General. “It’s something special and honorary diploma to the IDF soldiers to deal with issues of value, either concluded.
Translated from Hebrew