Check out US Army Chaplain (CPT) Dovid Egert’s grenade Menorah

Egert, a Lakewood native, is the Rabbi at Fort Bragg, NC

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4 COMMENTS

  1. When asked whether they actually plan to light the grenade menorah, one Fort Bragg official told reporters: “No. We’re honoring a senior Al Qaeda official to come down here and light this one-of-a-kind gunpowder menorah.”
    “Ironically, all of our marines will be leaving the base for the day,” he said, “while this senior official and his Al Qaeda buddies partake in the lighting ceremony and the party afterwards.”
    “I’m told the ceremony and the party are going to be once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and a real blast!” he said.
    “It’s a shame none of us marines will be on hand to enjoy the fun,” he lamented in a somewhat disingenuous tone, “but that’s the way life goes sometimes.”

  2. To Asinine,
    Very amusing and how I wish it would come true. Small correction.. Ft. Bragg is a US Army base not US Marines. I don’t think there are very many if any Marines stationed there.

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