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IDF Uses Torn Up ‘Dvar Malchus’ to Deliver Dishes

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Israeli soldiers at the Central Command Headquarters in Jerusalem were outraged when a shipment of new dishes was opened and discovered to be wrapped in pages from the weekly Dvar Malchus booklets.

The incident was reported on Israel’s Channel 2 News.

The commanders ordered the dishes to remain in their original cartons until the issue was clarified.

The dishes were ordered through an outside supplier. The Klir Company that supplied the dishes claimed that they ordered the dishes from the GreenGlass company, which packed and sealed the dishes.

In response to the inquiry, the GreenGlass company said that they have no idea as to how the dishes were wrapped in pages of holy writings, since they have no Sifrei Kodesh at their facility, and they would never desecrate holy writings.

8 Comments

  • 1. DOVID wrote:

    big deal, its obvious someone didnt realize or didnt care…big deal be busy with better and bigger things.

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  • 2. 48 YR IN THE HOOD wrote:

    WHATS WRONG ? ITS ONE WAY TO PEOPLE TO LEARN TORAH ..
    YOU TAKE THE DISHES OUT COOK A MEAL AND LEARN TORAH .
    HOW COOL IS THAT ?

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  • 4. Hate the paper waste wrote:

    i always said it, while the dvar malchus is great, the paper waste of the DM and other publications is beyond normal. 770 and shuls in the neighbor hood should not allow so much printed material into their shuls

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  • 6. waste paper on Torah??? wrote:

    Ch”V. Tree Huggers WISH they could treat trees as well as those who print Torah and especially the words of the Living G-D on their precious pulp.

    #5 is right.

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  • 8. Us, not them wrote:

    had the material been actually studied, instead of being used as flyers, and had it been cared for and properly disposed of by its users, we would then prevent the wonder upon discovering our marketing material when unwrapping our toilet paper.

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