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Rabbi Shlomo Goren Blowing the Shofar at the Western Wall at Liberation



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Rabbi Shlomo Goren Blowing the Shofar at the Western Wall at Liberation

Poster of Rabbi Shlomo Goren blowing a Shofar (ram's horn) and holding a Torah scroll at the liberation of the Kotel (Western Wall) in Jerusalem, 1967. The Western Wall was recaptured by the Israeli Paratroop Brigade during the Six Day War, and Rabbi Goren was on hand to blow the shofar while holding a Torah scroll in his left arm. This photograph was taken by David Rubinger, the famed photographer of Israel.
About Rabbi Shlomo Goren (1917-1994):
Rabbi Shlomo Goren was born in Poland, and emigrated to Israel as a child. He became the Chief Rabbi of the IDF in 1948, a position he held until his retirement in 1972. Upon retiring from the army, Rabbi Goren became the Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel.

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