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Six-Day War, The

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A short documentary (May 28, 1967)
A brief history of the Six-Day War and the Rebbe’s call for all Jewish men, particularly soldiers in the IDF, to don tefillin as a special merit for added security.
Prior to the next Shabbat, the commanding officer, Victor, announced that ten percent of the soldiers could go home for Shabbat, a twenty-four hour leave. Unfortunately, the truck that came to take us back to civilization arrived twenty-five minutes befor...
On June 1967, a unique cry was heard. It was not an expression of yearning or hope, but a cry over the emptiness of his soul...
What the future promises to bring.
A historical overview of the extraordinary victory of the Six-Day War and how it impacts us today.
An Israeli public figure who couldn’t refuse a request to put on tefillin, and the emotional chain of events that followed . . .
1967
One day after Israeli forces liberated Eastern Jerusalem in the course of the Six-Day War, another of the holy cities, Hebron, was also liberated. Following the creation of the State of Israel in 1948, Jordan took over the control of Hebron along with the...
1967
Until the Six-Day War (see “Today in Jewish History” for Iyar 26), the Syrian army was deployed in strong fortifications on the Golan Heights, from which they repeatedly shelled the Israeli settlements below. On the fifth day of the war, the Israeli Army ...
August 12, 1967
"Never has there been an opportunity such as this one... If we will do our job and tell the world the truth, we can bring the Redemption"
Besides material support for the war effort, and in addition to tanks and fighter jets, Israel also needed spiritual support. There is a spiritual defense system, too, said the Rebbe
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