This week marks two years since Michael Levin was killed during the Second Lebanon War. Levin grew up in Pennsylvania and, upon making alyah, joined the IDF paratroopers. Though nearly at the end of his service, he petitioned to join his unit in the fighting in southern Lebanon. Many remembered his determination and his ability to make friends with many different types of people. Some recollections can be found on YouTube and the Washington Post.
Levin’s love for Israel was nourished by his experiences at Camp Ramah in the Poconos which will celebrate his legacy at the Trenton Thunder baseball game on 24 August. More information can be found here.
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