‘So we can live here in security’

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June 4, 2016 10:20




Chaim Noy

Chaim Noy. (photo credit:Courtesy)

On one of the many days he spent studying the visitors’ book at Ammunition Hill, a sentence haunted Chaim Noy’s eyes, and later became the title of his research book on commemorative texts in Jerusalem.

“Thank you for dying for our country,” was the moving message written by a visitor.

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