Please Pray for…
Israel’s wounded soldiers:
Dvir ben Laya – seriously injured
Noam ben Aliza – one leg amputated; doctors fighting to save the other;
Li’el Hoshea ben Miriam – serious head injury;
Neriya ben Rivka – serious head injury;
Yitzchak ben Navah – moderate shoulder injury;
Netanel ben Navah – moderate shrapnel wounds to a lower extremity;
Maxim ben Olga – light lower extremity injury;
Yisrael ben Ilana – light shrapnel injury to an ear;
Yo’ad Ido ben Frieda Rivka – light shrapnel injuries;
Idan ben Liora – light shrapnel injuries;
Nadav ben Miriam – light shrapnel injuries;
Raphael ben Nina
May each be blessed with a full and complete recovery.
Thanks so much for this list. It makes those who are far away feel like they can do something.
Best wishes for a complete recovery.
We (some women in Highland Park, NJ) said tehillim for them last night. We read each name.
I have printed out the names and will make sure that their names are mentioned at our Tehillim group
with wishes for a refuah shleimah oomihirah.
I will pray for all of them.
And I just want you to know how much my thoughts and prayers are with you and Elie all the time. I am a complete stranger, who lives in New York, but I feel from your blog that I know you. I just wanted you to know how many of us there are out there, whom you’ll never know about, whose thoughts and prayers are with you.
I will be in Israel next month for my daughter’s bat mitzvah.
May G-d protect Elie and all the soldiers of Israel.
a mom in New York
from one mother to another may all of see the mashiach soon so all of our sons will no longer have to fight to protect us just give us beautful grandchildren to play with
Joining all of Israel in prayer – with faith and love.
I’ve added the names to our Tehilliam list and have asked other list servers to post the names so that they are included in the community wide Tehillim groups.
May all of your sons and daughters reurn safely and may we see peace in our time.
Yedidya Ben harav Baruch v’Shira – shrapnel wounds to face
I am not Jewish but I pray for all the soldiers of tsahal today in the church.
A lot of friendship and hope from France.
I’m a soviet Jewish and used to be an atheistic, But I’m praying for all of these boys to came home safe.
I too am a soldier’s mother. I know the fears that go through a mom’s mind when her son is at war. I found your site through a commenter at my own blog. I will certainly pray for the soldiers listed, and pray for your family too. I wish there was more I could offer — if there is any practical help, care packages, letters of encouragement, or anything that we can do from where we are (USA) please let me know. I sincerely mean that.
Can you get get me the names of the soldiers injured in yesterdays unfortunate events, I would like to forward them in the USA.