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We knew there would be one the next morning, when, as on Holocaust Remembrance Day a week earlier, people would come to a standstill whether in their cars, at work or at home. But we didn't know the same siren would ring out, across the whole country,
While noting that the hareidi public has been taught not to imitate secular ceremony, the newspaper's editorial said business-as-usual plays into the hand of media that portrays the community as harming the memory of the fallen. The newspaper noted
From Holocaust to revival and from remembering to independence, he said, adding, "This is the story of an eternal nation, that is not afraid of a long path.
Israeli Aliza Amar visits the grave of her brother Kemal Matzliach, who was killed during the 1973 Arab-Israeli war in Sinai, as Israeli soldiers, in the background, salute after placing small Israeli flags on the grave of fallen soldiers at the
As Israel prepares to pay tribute to 23,169 casualties of war and terrorism since 1860, the country's defence minister has pledged to pursue peace but warned to sever the hands of those who sought the Jewish nation's demise. "Israel marks its 66th
The siren cries out and on the busy highways that wend among the hills, the traffic stops , the people stop , and a moment of silence comes to a noisy country. Flags fly at half mast, the torch of remembrance is lit, memorial candles are held in
Following the siren's wail, the Kotel (Western Wall) will host a memorial candle lighting ceremony. Tomorrow, at 11:00 a.m. a two-minute-long siren will sound, following which the national Remembrance Day ceremonies will take place at Har Herzl.
Reuters Before Israel ushers in its 66th Independence Day, Monday marks Memorial Day, in which Israel remembers those killed in the line of duty or by terror activities; number of bereaved families in 2014 stands at 17,038.
Roughly 100 members of the Liberal movement will demonstrate in honor of Remembrance Day for the 100 Million Murdered. The demonstrators will wave signs condemning communism and socialism and will light 1000 memorial candles in victims' honor.
Thousands gather, walk to honor Never Again' by Ryan Torok 18 minutes ago After having walked nearly three miles as part of Jewish World Watch's (JWW) Walk to End Genocide, Effie Braun and her family decided they needed a break. Taking a pit stop at