Israeli air force enters German airspace for the first time in history

by Leah Rosenberg
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In the early 1940s, no one would have thought this could be possible. People wouldn’t have believed there would be a Jewish state with an Israeli air force.

Israeli Air Force in Germany

This is historic. Watch it again and again. Share it with the world.

Seeing the Israeli air force fly through German air space is amazing. They flew over the concentration camp Dachau. They also flew over Fuerstenfeldbruck airfield as a tribute to the 11 Israeli athletes murdered by “Palestnian” Arab terrorists during the 1972 Olympics.

Would anyone have imagined this in the 1930s and 40s? It would have been a crazy and irrational thought.

World War II

About 75 years ago, World War II had just ended. The destruction was horrific. The death toll was beyond what any human mind could grasp. Two out of every three European Jews were murdered by Hitler. The once thriving Jewish community of Europe was no more. The Jewish institutions destroyed. Synagogues burned and ruined.

What were the Jewish people to do? Devastation. Despair. Depression. Jews felt all of that and more.

And yet, just three years later, the modern Jewish state came into existence. A nation that the world thought would be broken and shattered just proved they were anything but that. The Jewish people do not give up. They push through the most difficult times and create something better.

The Greatest Revenge

The greatest revenge for all those who have tried to murder and wipe out the Jewish people is that the Jewish people continue to grow and to give to the world. They continue to flourish.

There is nothing more infuriating to the enemy of the Jews than to see them existing and thriving.

And this flyover is just that: Another act of great revenge.

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