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Tuesday, August 31 2010

Exclusive Video: Dramatic Reunion 10 Years After the Photo That Started It All

A very special moment for Tuvia Grossman and HonestReporting you don't want to miss.




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A wonderful video.

The coincidence of the soldier's name being Gidon gave me chills!

Shana tova.

wow this is such an encouraging reunion. for tuvia to be thinking of gideon and his own shouts stopping the mob and giving him time to get away to the safety of the Police and the fact that the man who saved him is called Gideon is just amazing. Thank you for bringing such amazing stories to our attention. God is good.

What a wonderful God we serve, He holds His people in the palm of His hand. Thank God for this special Reunion.

A moving tribute to two very brave people.

Even today, 10 years on, the reporting we get in our local press and TV is very cool towards Israel's rights or point of view. I'm thinking of the recent Turkish flotilla Gaza 'rescue' mission.

Keep up the good work!

Murray Maclean


It would be nice also to hear a little about Gidon ten years after the event.

I have read the interview, and I miss a crucial element of information,
which causes me HonestReporting look less honest than its name: has there
ever been published a correction, for example in the New York Times?
Mistakes are being made, (bias or no) but willingness to correct them
makes a lot of difference!

Since HonestReporting did not say New York Times did not publish a
correction, my assumption is that it did.

This is really a great video, both for the personal story and as a way of explaining HonestReporting's mission. We posted it both on our Facebook page and our Twitter feed.

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