Sean Nissim Carmeli a”h was a young Texas native who moved to Israel to protect…

Please Share Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on StumbleUponDigg thisEmail this to someonePrint this page

Sean Nissim Carmeli a”h was a young Texas native who moved to Israel to protect his people. He was among 13 Golani brigade soldiers killed in combat on Sunday morning in the Gaza Strip. Sean was buried at the military section of the Nevei David cemetery in Haifa.

No one had expected so many to come. But they did. And there were all types. The entire spectrum of Israel was there, from the Chareidi, to the Nanas, to the secular and to the religious Zionists. Young and old, men, women, and children too. “The police had no idea what to do with such crowds ,” remarked Peter Berger, who had travelled close to two hours to come to the Haifa funeral. “There were cars as far as the eye could see,” said his wife.

18,000 Attend American Lone Soldier’s Funeral
5tjt.com
Please Share …read more

Source: 5tjt Facebook Page

Please Share Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on StumbleUponDigg thisEmail this to someonePrint this page