While you are deciding this I would like to remind you of the songs you put out on the Hebrew Language Course & one in particular about being a "product" of the Yom kippur war. This is really what made me think can make a lot of people see reality perhaps much more than the Munich remembrance; this is the trouble sometimes when people shout too loud than just one person's opinion as well as working up a "movement. I think children(from infancy to teenage - young adults which it is important to pass on the knowledge of the pain of war as an ordinary human being comes across very powerfully in these songs & particularly about the end of the Yom kippur war & I only wish I had had listened to it before I left school even though it was not composed.
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