Chareidi Soldiers Receive Red Berets at Ceremony

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Thirty-five chareidi soldiers from the Chetz paratrooper company received their red berets on Thursday in a ceremony that took place at Ammunition Hill in Yerushalayim, a national memorial site commemorating the valor and heroism of the paratroopers who fought to liberate Yerushalayim during the Six Day War.
Among the new paratroopers was Joe Brickman, a native of Crown Heights in Brooklyn, NY, and a grandson of Colonel Rabbi Jacob Goldstein, former chief chaplain of the New York Army National Guard. Rabbi Goldstein made a special trip to Israel in order to attend the ceremony and congratulate his grandson and fellow soldiers.
{Matzav.com Israel News}

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    • He’s from Crown Heights. Chabad doesn’t care what a Yid’s yarmulke/kippah/koppel looks like. To them, a Yid is a Yid, and that’s all that matters.

  1. Yasher Koach to Rabbi, Chaplain, Colonel, Goldstein for making the trip to Israel to honor his grandson and and his battlemates.

    I am proud to call Rabbi Goldstein a close personal friend. He was an important mentor to me in the US military chaplaincy. He has helped hundreds if not thousands of Jews in the US military over the past 25 years.

  2. WHY IN THE WORLD ARE THE הייליגע צדיקים at MATZAV celebrating this??? This is something to cry over according to ANY גדול in the FRUM WORLD. Why are you promoting the propaganda of Lapid and co?????
    תיזהר הרבה בזה כי כל המסית ומדיח אין פותחין בזכותו לא בעולם הזה ולא בעולם הבא!

    • You have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about. Research what R’ Gustman and R’ Shlomo Zalman had to say about this. You need to grow up and think before you open your mouth!

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