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צֵבָע אָדוֹם – “Red Color”

November 14, 2012

Not.. quite my typical post, but I’ve obviously been distracted a little bit by the news.  Given everything going on over in Israel, I thought perhaps something more appropriate to the situation.

For those who aren’t aware (or, like myself, live in the relative safety of the United States), this is also the name of the alert system that warns when a missile is inbound from the Gaza Strip.  In cities like Sderot, this is a warning of only 15 seconds before impact – something that’s unimaginable to most Americans.

May G-d protect the inhabitants of the land of Israel and grant them peace speedily, and may He protect the brave men and women of the IDF.

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