The project of studying Mishnayot in memory of the IDF victims and victims of hostilities is always important.
This year, due to the spreading of Corona Virus, which causes cancellations of memorial ceremonies, it is doubly important.
"Mishnah L'iuly Neshama" will be the central and only project that will connect the Jewish people of Israel and in the Diaspora through joint learning at the Mishnah stands in the streets and learning Mishnah at home through the project's website.
Because the Mishnah study is possible to do at home, together with the listening and reciting the prayers of "El Male Rachamim", Kaddish, and the Prayer for the Peace of the IDF soldiers and the State of Israel, it is naturally that in this way the whole of Am Yisrael can mark this year this special and important day, The Remembrance Day.
About 10 years ago, Lt. Col. (res.), The late Uri Shlomai, founded the "Mishnah L'iluy Neshama" project on The Memorial Day for IDF Victims in various cities. On The Memorial Day for IDF Victims, study positions are put up in various places throughout the country, from the beginning of the day until the end of the day. The study positions are located in the middle of the streets in various cities throughout Israel, where at any given moment, two people learn for an hour and then the learners are replaced by two others. This year is the 10th anniversary for this project, the World Organization of Orthodox Communities and Synagogues has raised the flag of making this project global - all Jews throughout the world will take a share in this study, therefore creating mutual responsibility and endless appreciation for the saints who have given their lives for the people and the land of Israel.
You are invited to join this project and take part in this project "L'Ily Neshama" of the IDF victims and victims of hostilities
Please join those who will learn together world wide L'iluy Nishmat the Kedoshim who gave their lives for Kedushat Eretz Yisrael.
This Mishnayot pamphlet incorporates Mishnayot on various issues concerning the daily life of each of us - Eretz Yisrael and its importance, Torah and Derech Eretz, the Avodat HaMidot and prayer.
At the end of each sub-section, a short section for elaboration or a question for thought is provided, in order to empower learning together.