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IDF Mistakenly Kills Rabbi

Rabbi Dan Mertzbach, tragically killed by IDF forces after failing to stop his vehicle on the way to Chevron, was laid to rest Friday. Full Story

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very sad boruch dayan haemes
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very sad boruch dayan haemes

may hashem comfort u and give u all the strenths u need to get thru this

OMG
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OMG

That is horrible!!!!! Baruch Dayan Hemes! So tragic! My heart goes out to the family 🙁

what a tragedy
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what a tragedy

i feel bad for both the one who fired and the one who was killed. ”Medinat Yisrael” may not be the answer after all.

to #3
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Based on your absurd theory, whats the difference then between what happened in Israel and a driver in the USA who accidently strikes and kills a pedestrian in the street? Shall we disband the USA because of that accident? I know with the near instantaneous speed of internet we can respond immediately to anything, but please try to take a deep breath and formulate a thought that is actually meaningful, rather than to instantly respond out of reflex, without even thinking through your response. Your lucky the responses are anonymous; otherwise you would be laughed at and/or pitied by the… Read more »

imagine
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imagine

can you imagine what the JEWS would do if if mistakenly killed a Muslim cleric??

to num. 4
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to num. 4

lets all just take a chill pill

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#5, agree, but this is so so sad. Hashem yerachm

Baruch Dayin Haemes!!!!!!
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Baruch Dayin Haemes!!!!!!

Oy!!! any info about how old he is?

comment 2
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it really was the terrorists. the IDF is under the worst pressure, nobody should have that pressure, and they are cautious because of terrorism that has wreaked the area. they have such a hard time knowing what to do, they were certainly thinking that they were saving lives.

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Rabbi Dan Mertzbach, 55, BD”E
do you people even read the articles before responding?

so tragic
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so tragic
hershel
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hershel

so sad

I agree with no. 9
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I agree with no. 9

So true and well said. What a tragedy.

Backwards
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Backwards

Maybe soldiers in Israel shouldn’t have to fear for their lives every time a car doesn’t immediately slow down?

Very sad
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Very sad

Agree with comment nine and well said. And too number 14 they wouldn’t fear for there lives and for others if a situation like that or similar would never happen but the fact is that these terrorists always do these things so the soldier had all intentions in the world of saving all the innocents around him. I bet he feels so bad right now about killing a fellow Jew and I doubt hel ever get over killing a rabbi so ya this is very sad my heart goes out to the family and all but don’t blame this soldier… Read more »

agree with number nine
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agree with number nine

I think it is really sad that a jew killed another jew but ppl. shouldn’t really blame the IDF soldiers because they’re doing their job by keeping us safe and i’d call it a huge mistake that ppl. should just bevery carefull to do.Baruch dayan haemes.

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