To be read in memory of our 3 teenage boys with a analysis by rav Parienti on the situation and with some allusion to the events.
- Ya'akov Naftali ben Rachel Devorah z"l
- Eyal ben Iris T'shura z"l
- Gil'ad Micha'el ben Bat-Galim z"l
"Ra'hel mévaka al banéa, méana léïna'hem al banéa ki einénou" (Yrmiyahou 31)
"Vayikra lo lavan Yégar-Saadouta véYaakov kara lo Galed" (Vayétsé 31,47)
"Vatomer Ra'hel naftoulé Elo-him, niftalti im ha'hoti gam yakholti vatikra shemo Naftali" (Vayétsé 29,8)
"Naftali ayala shélou'ha hanoten imré shaffer" (Vayé'hi 49, 21)
"ouléNaftali amar Naftali séva ratson oumalé birkat Ado-naï " (Vézot Haberakha 33,23)
"Kéayal taarog al afiké mayim, ken nafshi taarog elekha Elo-him" (Psalm 42,2)
One of the teenage boys is Gilad, Da-Gal which in hebrew means “know what Gal means”. This brings us back truthfully to the Vayetse Parasha (31,47) when Lavan ask Yaakov (Name of one of the three teenagers) to make an alliance and playing fair as well as requiring Yaakov to promise to not hurt his family. Then he said, “G.od will be a witness between me and you,". Yaakov took stones and made a heap that he calls "galed", which are the same letters as Gilad.
From this we can argue that the horrible event that just happened is particularly linked to this fake shalom with the Arabs, which all Israeli governments are claiming since the harmful Oslo agreements .
And the pile of stones that Yaakov made can only be an allusion to the heap of stones under which the bodies of the teenagers were found. The first name of Gilad's mother, which is Bat-Galim, means precisely in Hebrew "girl of the heap of stones", which also request us to seek reference to "Bat" because Galim also means "unveiling", making reference to bat ayin which is the pupil, through which one can see. This itself refers to the pupil of holiness by which we can reveal the messages G.od sends to guide us and lead us out of our mistakes.
This pupil of holiness, the Tzadik Yesod Olam gives it to us if we approach him, as this was unveiled by Rebbe Nachman in his Likoutey Moharan 2nd part, torah 67.
Also as a second underlying message and at the same time essential, be aware, especially after what just happened, of the importance of getting closer to the Tzaddik as fast as we can to better understand G.od’s will and take the right decisions for us as a people but also for each of ourselves, which will void all evil decrees, amen veamen