"We will win war" against coronavirus, Knesset speaker says
The coronavirus pandemic forces us to stay at home. The cemeteries will remain empty. Families are not allowed to visit the graves of their loved ones.
“We are always asked to relay memories of Hallel. As the years passed, it has become so clear how young she was.”
In 2019, according to WZO, a record number of antisemitic events occurred to diaspora Jews.
We hear stories of haredim walking around as usual during the minute silence and haredi schools continuing as if nothing is going on
Only if Israel succeeds in taking the steps necessary to test, isolate and ultimately control the spread of the contagion will families be able to visit their deceased loved ones next Remembrance Day
An important element of the campaign is the connection that is facilitated between the families of the fallen, and those who honor their loved ones.
Every year on Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day, many of us wear the famous Dam HaMaccabim sticker. The connection between the flower and the occasion was made in the early days of the state
In addition to learning about the lives of Israel's fallen IDF soldiers, visitors can also perform a positive deed.
When a family learns together in memory of IDF soldiers, it says, "In this house, we study and cherish the IDF fallen."