Brad in Jerusalem posts to FB: On Rosh Hashanah night, many Jews around the world partake in the simanei milsa or “good omens” for the coming year. One of these good omens is “May it be G-d’s will that our enemies be destroyed.” When our policemen or our soldiers kill a terrorist who has tried to kill us, we should not blush or look away. We should rejoice! This is Hashem answering our prayers! May it be G-d’s will that all those who seek to destroy us in this coming year be completely destroyed to the very last one!
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