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The result appears to have been overpowering. The song was sung at the end of the ceremony on the eve of Yom Kippur that year, Rosenblum had introduced an unapologetically religious text into a stronghold of secularism and touched the rawest nerve of the community, that of the Yom Kippur war. The Yom Kippur of the war was the end of an era and the beginning of a new era, one that I think Beit Hashita and the state of Israel have not yet recovered from. Israeli artillery on the Golan Heights, photo credit: The prayer, in contrast, depicts humans as negligible in comparison to a deity described as an all-powerful shepherd, a righteous judge, and an eternal power over the lives of men.

Rosenblum had introduced an unapologetically religious text into a stronghold of secularism and touched the rawest nerve of the community, that of the Yom Kippur war. For many Israelis, the ancient observance of Yom Kippur is inextricably linked to a modern trauma — the anniversary of the outbreak of the war, which took Israel by surprise, shattered its confidence and left more than 2, soldiers dead in three weeks of desperate fighting. The magnitude of the casualty numbers became clear to Israelis after the war ended on October In , Yom Kippur fell on October 6. Each bore one coffin. The first rumors said Beit Hashita had lost 10 members, then

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Her uhetaneh were published by the kibbutz in a booklet about Yom Kippur intwo years after Rosenblum died of cancer. Their destinations were the fighting in Sinai, where the Egyptians had crossed the Suez Canal and were pushing Israeli forces back into the desert, and the Golan Heights, where the Syrians had broken through the undermanned Israeli line and were advancing toward the Sea of Galilee.

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For a small and tightly knit community, it was a nearly incomprehensible loss. Rosenblum had introduced an unapologetically religious text into a stronghold of secularism and touched the rawest nerve of the community, that of the Yom Kippur war. Each bore one coffin.

For many Israelis, the ancient observance of Yom Kippur is inextricably linked to a modern trauma — the anniversary of the outbreak of the war, which took Israel by surprise, shattered its confidence and left more than 2, soldiers dead in three weeks of desperate fighting. Find Matti Friedman on Twitter and Facebook.

In Israel, it is now one ubetaneh the most widespread melodies used for the prayer that marks the height of the Yom Kippur service. The prayer, in contrast, depicts humans as negligible in comparison to a deity described as an all-powerful shepherd, a righteous judge, and an eternal power over the lives of men.

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And no community in the country had suffered more losses per capita than Beit Hashita. The first rumors said Beit Hashita had lost 10 members, then Israeli artillery on the Golan Heights, photo credit: The magnitude of the casualty numbers became clear to Israelis after the war ended on October The Yom Kippur of the war was the end of an era and the beginning of a new era, one that I think Beit Hashita and the state of Israel have not yet recovered from.

The song was sung at the end of the ceremony on the eve to,ef Yom Kippur that year, The tune owes its power to the way it fits the haunting words of the prayer, but also to the fact that its origins link the two most powerful strands in the modern Israeli experience of Yom Kippur — the weight of Jewish tradition and the weight of the tragedies of InYom Kippur fell on October 6. The result appears kovie have been overpowering.