The father of a chayal (soldier) who is now in Gaza told how his son was informed on Friday that his unit will not be going home for Shabbos, which was a problem because they did not have any provisions for Shabbos.
The father ran to the supermarket to buy some things, as much dips and salads as he could, and then he stopped at the schwarma place in Petach Tikva. He asked for a portion to be put into an aluminum tray and explained that it was for his son who is in Gaza without food for Shabbos. The owner said to him, “What do you mean for your son? How many soldiers are in his group?”
The father answered, “70.”
The schwarma place owner called all of his workers. They prepared all the schwarma they had, brought out all of their meat, fried schnitzels, prepared Moroccan salads and chips and within an hour he and all of his workers had emptied the entire restaurant and given it over to the father. The father, a religious guy who has seen chesed in his life, just stood there crying and thanking him.
Mi ke’amcha Yisroel.