“This year, these days are more terrible, reality forces us to mourn and remember differently,” Ganz told families, calling for visiting the graves of their loved ones “responsibly and carefully” in accordance with the rules of distance and hygiene. “This year, all of us, all citizens of Israel, will wrap you in prayer and love from afar, hoping for better days. We will wish the return of those who were absent from that war and pray that at least some relief will come to your pain.”
Gantz went on to describe the mood in Israeli society during the war, as opposed to what prevails these days. “I remember during that war, how we, the boys and mothers who were left in the home front, went out to help maintain the seat, how we sat in front of the radio and listened to the instructions,” he said. “Even today, many thousands go into battle – dressed in a doctor’s robe, in IDF and Israeli police uniforms, with a badge of the various rescue organizations and the welfare authorities. “Everyone who is in the home front has one task today – to obey the instructions and act on mutual guarantee.”
Ganz added: “Here too, I believe, the days after the war will not be as they were before it. The State of Israel will change, there is no choice. We will repair the fragments and work together to rehabilitate a cohesive society.”
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