Sunday, April 29, 2012

Cleveland Ohio Lake Catholic High School Welcomes Israeli Military

Lake Catholic High School is owned by the Diocese of Cleveland Ohio which is under temporal and spiritual destruction by Bishop Richard Lennon, a product of Boston 'Catholicism' exemplified in philojudaic mobster, Cardinal Cushing and child-rape enabler Cardinal Bernard Law.

Lake Catholic welcomes Israeli Defense Soldiers

Caitlin Fertal - The News Herald

April 29, 2012

Seniors at Lake Catholic High School had the opportunity to open their eyes and look outside of the world around them Friday afternoon when soldiers from the Israeli Defense Forces stopped by their auditorium.

These soldiers, mostly women, came to share their story of daily life in Israel, as well as what it's like to enter the army after finishing school in their country.

Several commanders and high-ranking officers spoke to students about their mission to help troubled youth in Israel.

Students asked questions, some insightful, some not. Among the questions were "How does Israel view America?" and "Do you have a Twitter account?"

Both questions received a laugh from the soldiers, expressing that America is viewed as a "big brother," and that technology is the same, as Israel is not a primitive country.

Adi Katz, a 22-year-old first lieutenant in the Israeli Defense Forces, talked about what her life is like and how she oversees about 200 soldiers.

When asked what kind of guns they used, Katz explained that the guns weren't the focus of their mission.

"We use ammunition but it's not the main thing we do," she said. "We educate, we do community service in the army, it's not the main purpose of the army to use ammunition, and we wanted you to know this. We wanted to expose you to another side of the army, another side of the world because you don't know the Israeli army, yet."

History teacher James Anderson arranged the visit with hopes of educating students about the world around them.

"Lake County is pretty ... isolated, I love our kids but they're not aware of a lot of stuff, so it's just a good idea to expose them to parts of the rest of the world and another culture that they have no clue about," Anderson said.

"This is a marvelous opportunity to have our kids come into contact with these kind of folks."

Students Shannon Coyne and Maryann Osborne said they felt the discussion opened their eyes to another way of life, especially when they learned that women played an equal role in the army.

"I couldn't even imagine being forced into going into the army before college." Osborne said. "I definitely learned a lot that I didn't know about their country."

Ivan Filipovic said that even though he immigrated from Bosnia when he was 2, he still found his knowledge of other countries to be sheltered.

"Our generation, people in America, we don't really see what's going on in other places," he said. "The stresses that they have to go through every day, we can't imagine."

Osborne explained that although she has thought about life outside of the United States, she hadn't quite had a firm vision until now.

"I think we thought about it before, but we never really understood that much about it," she said. "This really helped us understand more what's going on outside of America, because I think we're really caught up in what's going on in America and what's the new thing to buy, so it really puts everything in perspective to what's going on everywhere else."

Lt. Col. Vered Shochat said she hoped the students understood their message, and would continue to be interested in world issues.

"From the questions (they asked) I realized that they don't know so much ... and I think they learned something," she said.
... [IDF soldiers] Shochat and Leizerovitch work at Havat HaShomer, an IDF base for at-risk young men and women. The people who come to Havat HaShomer come from backgrounds of crime, drugs or other disadvantages.

Through an intensive 3-month training program, the people at the camp are prepared for military service. (Serving in the IDF is mandatory for the men and women of Israel.)

Havat HaShomer is supported by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, which organized the IDF's visit Friday along with Lake Catholic Board Member Joseph Compton.

Compton told the Lake Catholic students that he arranged the IDF's visit ... (Jason Lea, Mentor Patch, April 29, 2012)
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