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Celebrating Israel’s Independence Day, From Tel Aviv to Bryn Mawr
April 26, 2012 3:13 PM

(Students at Barrack Hebrew Academy celebrate Israeli Independence Day. Credit: Hadas Kuznits)

Reporting Hadas Kuznits
By Hadas Kuznits
BRYN MAWR, Pa. (CBS) — Today is the 64th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel, and a Jewish Day school in Bryn Mawr was celebrating.
At Barrack Hebrew Academy, Rachel Gordon, president of the Israel Club says the celebration of Israel’s 64th Independence Day is a huge event for the school.
“Because it’s a homeland for the Jews, and it’s a miracle that we have it, and so many people fought hard for it,” she says.
Dr. Sigal Strauss, coordinator of Israel programming at the school, says there was lots to do.
“We have sessions with Israeli-related themes, folk dancing, games, military drills.”
This celebration on the Hebrew calendar follows a solemn day of programming for Israeli Soldiers’ Remembrance Day.
“I think Israel is the only place in the world where you go from a memorial day to an amazingly happy day,” she says.
Adds Gordon: “That’s what allows us to celebrate Israel, so it reminds us to never forget these people that gave their lives.  It’s for this celebration for the life of Israel.”
The Biblical View
It’s wonderful that Biblical Prophecy has been fulfilled in Israel becoming the Jewish homeland again. Modern writers and international media are trying to portray the Jewish state as a  unique invention of the twentieth century (1948), but Israel has actually been the traditional home of Jews for thousands of years. In a typical subtlety of media spin on the Jewish issue BRYN MAWR (CBS) erroneously explains, “ Today is the 64th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel….” It is this corruptly engineered view of the Jewish state that has driven Israel’s enemies to steal Jewish land.
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