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Today is Yom Kippur ✡️🕎

69A03521-14BB-4934-9CF5-7EEA00BA1CE1Today is Yom Kippur ✡️🕎 … but 1973 Israel was under attack … Let us also remember today fallen comrades who gave their lives in 1973 to defend the state of Israel 🇮🇱 against the Arab ☪️ aggressors from Egypt and Syria.

✡G’mar Hatimah Tovah – We all hopefully that we will find our names enrolled in the book of life!✡…The year is a special Yom Kippur (יוֹם כִּפּוּר) for us we will missing our friend Ari Fuld😢 We will continue the fight for Israel 🇮🇱

Rest in Peace Ari

1A5482CC-E47F-4950-AEEF-CE6C39C174F9The victim of the terrorist attack at the mall at the Gush Etzion junction: Ari (Arye) Fuld, well-known Israeli-American pro-Israel activist and author from the town of Efrat in Gush Etzion, father of 4 children and member of the standby commando Safety of Efrat. He also directed the Facebook page Ari Fuld’s Israel Defense Page, along with a Youtube channel and appearances on numerous pro-Israeli media.

Ari Fuld was attacked and seriously injured in the parking lot between the shopping center and the regional supermarket “Rami Levy” from the back with a knife by a 17-year-old terrorist from Yatta (Hevron). Carrying a personal weapon, he traced the escaping assassin a few yards and shot in his direction before collapsing. Another eyewitness, armed as well, finally shot down the culprit.
The perpetrator was arrested and picked up by paramedics. Ari Fuld was admitted to the Sha’arey Tzedek Hospital while comatose, but died shortly afterwards of his injuries.

Anniversary remembrance of 9/11 September 1

D46E75BF-86B4-4556-927E-7D19A912D0AEAnniversary remembrance of 9/11 September 11th at 9am (East Coast Time) 03:00pm (European Central Time). 

Today we are still shocked what was happen by every person who has experienced the 11th of September 2001 worldwide. This terror attack is not forgotten and of course not his victims at theatrack himself and later of our law enforcement, emt, all rescue medical services and public serven and of course the U.S. military including this all of the allies who fought shoulder to shoulder in the worldwide fight against terrorists. We stand by our friends United States of America. 

Support Israel Police – משטרת יש

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נעדרת – אנא שתפו

אנו מבקשים את עזרתכם באיתורה של הגר קדוש, בת 27, אשר נראתה לאחרונה ביום חמישי (6.9.18) בשעות הבוקר בביתה שבנהריה והקשר האחרון עימה היה בשעה 17:00 באותו היום.

תיאורה: גובה 1.70 מ’, שיער ארוך, חלק ובהיר ועיניה ירוקות. לא ידוע תיאור לבושה.

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First official Cheers Mate Club Challenge Coin

D75C9CC0-0091-42D8-AFE9-3BB05E3B4D3DHey Mates, are you ready to place your preorder of  our first and official Cheers Mate Club Challenge Coin now?

This coin is only in a kit of two coins available to order. Anyone who is interested has to written a message to his local charter management (Sarch for your charter here) or if you don’t find a local charter post below the post and we will then be contacted you with price and delivery terms and times.

The Cheers Mate Club does not want behind the great tradition and now introduces our first club coin. The first edition “Zero Fucks” was designed in the sense that most of the civilians and leftist don’t really understand us, which does not matter to us so „Zero Fucks“. We also brought the original coin game to the club. Note everyone who buys this club coin automatically accepts these rules (see below the OCC Game rules). We will design from time-to-time a new coin with a own story too.

HISTORY OF THE COINS: The tradition of the so-called Challenge Coins has been adapted by most of NATO units. These individually coins have their origins in the times of the First World War. Wealthy college graduates, mainly from Yale or Harvard, who went to war, were coins after the „War Coins“ or „Challenge Coins“ on which the insignia of their unit were immortalized and should commemorate the time.

Rules of the „Original Challenge Coin Game (OCC Game)“
OCC game is a military tradition with murky roots. The game is played where one service member at a bar etc. challenges another to present their challenge coin. If the challenged doesn’t have their coin, they have to buy the challenger a drink. If the challenged club member has their club coin or military or law enforcement official coin get a round on the challenger.

IMPORTANT CLUB NEWS FOR GERMAN / AUSTRIA MATES

B366B986-AD39-44EF-94A5-161063C9969EHallo Mate‘s

Die letzten Tage waren in Deutschland voller unschönen Ereignissen. Gerade Sachsen war dabei, besonders Dresden und Chemnitz, im Fokus der Medien und Rechter und linker Gruppen. Angeheizt wurden die Ereignisse noch von Falschmeldungen bei Facebook und Co. die noch von Personen weiterverbreitet wurden.
Das ging auch nicht an unseren Club vorbei. Einige Mittglieder haben sich ebenfalls „anstecken“ lassen bewusst oder versehentlich spielt für mich keine Rolle. Also musste es kommen wie es kommen musste und die Emotionen kochten hoch. Worauf möchte ich hinaus?
Wir der Cheers Mate Club, besonders in Deutschland, sollten uns Langsam wieder auf den Zweck des Clube’s konzentrieren (nachzulesen auf unserer Club Seite cheersmateclub.com).
Des Weiteren werden wir genauestens auf die Einhaltung der Clubregeln, diese stehen ebenfalls auf unserer Club Seite auch in Deutsch, achten und jede Missachtung wird geahndet. Den jeder der im Club ist hat die Regeln anerkannt sollte das nicht der Fall sein hat er hier nichts zu suchen und sollte gehen möchte er das nicht freiwillig werden es die Sgt. At Arms tuen.
Lest euch die Regeln durch und hinterfragt ob das euer Club ist.
Wir sind kein politischer Debattierklub und wollen das auch nicht sein. Wir sind auch keine Partei wir sind ein „Internationaler Veteran & Militärangehörige und Behörden Club“ und da gelten Regeln und diese Regeln sind Bindend und nicht das Grundgesetz usw. da wir in Deutschland nicht verlangen können das Beispiel weise ein Engländer, Franzosen, Israeli oder Nord Amerikaner das Gesetz annimmt, klar ist aber auch das wir auf deutsche Mitglieder achten werden das diese keine Posts oder Aktionen starten die gegen das deutsche Gesetz sind. Also stellt sich auch nicht die Frage über das Grundgesetz oder der Meinungsfreiheit. Ja wir achten das Grundgesetz und die Meinungsfreiheit jeder für sich aber die Diskussion hat im Club nichts zu suchen und ist auch nicht verhandelbar. Wir haben Regeln und diese sind im Clubleben bindend. Sollte einer dies nicht mittragen sollte er gehen und das sofort.
Die Sgt. At Arms werden aufgefordert die Regeln konsequent durchzusetzen und keinen Spielraum zuzulassen. Sollte es Fragen oder zu Unstimmigkeiten kommen werden die Clubleitung (Präsidenten) im „Headquater“ eine Entscheidung treffen welch nicht verhandelbar ist. Wir werden in Zukunft keine Diskussionen über eine Entscheidung der Präsidenten im „Headquater“ oder Sgt.At Arms zulassen.

Ingo Hoppe
Vice President (Cheers Mate Club – WorldWide)

We Support Police

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CLUB NEWS: At the moment in Germany on the entire police department of the state of Saxony get real  vilified and insulted in an unfair way. Show your support to our brothers and sisters who serving in the law enforcement and show your solidarity and salute with this logo in front of them. PLEASE CHANGE YOUR PROFILE PHOTO FOR THE NEXT 48 HOURS

Squadron Sergeant Major of the Rhodesian Special Air Service – Jock Hutton

05BFF8E9-2127-4606-84E1-EEF80275D7B4Former Squadron Sergeant Major of the Rhodesian Special Air Service is quite a man, and a bit of a legend to say the least. During World War Two, Jock attempted to join the British military but was too young initially. At 18, he joined the British paratroopers prior to D-Day and jumped in to Normandy. On that 6th of June in 1944, Jock saw action fighting the Nazis near the Orn river. He was injured a few weeks later and evacuated back to the UK, later returning to again fight the Germans in Ardennes. Jock was captured by the Nazis and then escaped, again jumping into combat in 1945 in Germany. The good Sergeant Major also has an impressive post-war resume, including operations in Palestine (45-48), Cyprus and Egypt (49-52), as well as Malaysia, Singapore, and Java (52-54).

In 1955, Jock participated in the first Selection course for the Rhodesian SAS. In 1957, Jock took the reins from another notable World War II veteran, Stan Standish, as the Squadron Sergeant Major of C-Squadron, Rhodesian SAS. He remained in Rhodesia until the conclusion of the Bush War, and joined South Africa’s 5 Recce in 1981. Today, the Sergeant Major is 88 years old and most recently participated in a D-Day re-enactment by parachuting from an airplane at age 84!

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