The World’s Most Magnificent Menorah – Made from Missiles!

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On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 9:24 AM, United with Israel <info@unitedwithisrael.org> wrote:

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This Hanukkah, Turn Terror Into Light
 
  Watch how one Israeli artist turns Hamas Rockets into beautiful Hanukkah Menorahs
Watch how one Israeli artist turns Hamas Rockets into Hanukkah Menorahs
The Sderot Menorah
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Make this Hanukkah extra special by lighting the Sderot Menorah in your home. Made entirely from kassam rockets that landed in Israel, its intricate detail and beauty are powerful symbols of the endurance of the Jewish People. The Sderot Menorah demonstrates the triumph of good over evil and the light of Israel over the darkness of terror.

Each menorah is hand made by Israeli artist Yaron Bob. His metal art sculptures and menorahs create beauty from ashes and transform objects of war into expressions of peace and hope. In addition, a portion of every purchase will be donated to build bomb shelters and protect the lives the nearly one million residents of Israel living under daily threat of rocket attacks from Gaza.
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The Artist-Yaron Bob

Yaron Bob, is an art teacher and blacksmith who lives in Yated, a small Israeli community near the border with the Gaza strip. 

Yaron Bob, a teacher and a part-time metal sculptor in Moshav Yated, Israel, makes roses out of Kassam rockets fired out of Gaza.

Mr. Bob had two close calls with rockets and he knew he needed to react to the terror that he and his community were facing. 

Yaron wanted to create something that speaks of growth and prosperity and to make something out of the destruction and of the ruin of the Kassam. 

The truth is because the rocket is an instrument of death he really didn't want to handle it. 

Watch as a Rocket is turned into a Rose

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2 Responses to The World’s Most Magnificent Menorah – Made from Missiles!

  1. Robin Hyman says:

    Missiles sent to Israel meant to cause death and destruction:
    Israelis make “light” of it -> turning them into menorahs!

    • rictandag says:

      Robin,

      Thanks for noticing and commenting on this posting and thanks for your “play on words” regarding the “lighting” of these menorahs made from missiles. This is truly an artistic “statement” from an extraordinarily talented and created soul, who struggled with how to turn swords of fire into religious symbols of miraculous nature. This is a modern day version of the miracle of Hanukkah!

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