Shalom Salaam

A new CD was just released with a song about the longing for peace shared by Israelis.

Despite all the disappointments, the failed peace negotiations, the Palestinian incitement to violence and the surrounding Islamic terror, Israelis have never abandoned their hope that one day, they will enjoy peace with their Arab neighbors.

Several times a day, Jews recite a prayer for peace – “Oseh Shalom Bimromav” – beseeching the Almighty to bring peace to the world.

Until that day comes, the IDF will continue to fight to protect the Jewish people and the State of Israel.

The Hebrew word for peace is “Shalom,” and in Arabic, it’s “Salaam.” Watch this new recording of Od Yavo Shalom – Salaam, meaning that peace will still come.


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