Israel has sent a remarkable delegation of IDF soldiers and medics to save lives in Nepal after its devastating earthquake. Here's what IDF Brig. General Yoel Strick had to say: "We have set out on a mission which symbolizes all that the IDF stands for, and we are greatly proud of this." The soldiers of the IDF are today's "angels of the Lord," renown for setting up field hospitals and rescue work throughout the world during times of natural disasters. This is the true face of Israel and its moral army.
Israeli soldiers and medics in Nepal use teamwork to set up a fully equipped field hospital. At the end of the mission, the IDF will leave all of their sophisticated, new medical equipment behind to benefit the people of Nepal.
Yesterday's photo by Boruch Len featured the Bania Springs in the Golan Heights, one of Israel’s wonders in the north. The spring emerges at the foot of Mount Hermon and serves as a main tributary into the Jordan River.
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