‘G.I. Jew’ mourned in South Florida

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  1. GB says:

    My son-in-law, an Orthodox rabbi and chaplain in the USAF reserves, “happened” (I’d call it hashgacha pratis) to be serving at the air base that is the US port of entry for those soldiers killed in Iraq, when Daniel Agami’s body Hy’d arrived . My son-in-law was the chaplain involved in arranging transportation of the mes from this base to FL for burial. He told me that he and others went to great lengths to ensure that things were done k’halacha (i.e. shmira) and with utmost dignity and concern for kavod hames. I hope this will provide a glimmer of comfort to the bereaved family. HaMakom Yinachem Eschem b’toch Sha’ar Tziyon v’Yerushalayim.

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