Monday, April 15, 2013

Clip from Shiloh's Memorial Ceremony for Our Fallen

This year's ceremony highlighted four fallen, family members of Shiloh residents.

A grandfather, Isaac Knoller, who was killed at the Tel Aviv bus station in 1948 during an Egyptian bombing raid who was a Holocaust survivor who retrieved Jewish youth from monasteries and who lost a son during the 1948 fighting north of Jerusalem.

A husband, Ido Zolden, shot in a drive-by shooting near Kedumim, who was engaged in returning Jews to the construction profession.

An uncle, Tuvia Undsodorffer,  who was killed in the 1948 fighting at a site called Shilta.

A brother, Moshe Naftali, who was killed near Eilat during a terrorist raid in 2011 fulfilling his military command role.

On our home page, in Hebrew, the biopic clips (and here).

Our children's instrumental group performed the HaTikva and Ani Maamin:-


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