This isn't the day for making a political argument about the war, but rather for honoring the fallen. So perhaps this multifaith, multicultural song is appropriate. It's from the debut album by Yaron Pe'er, an Israeli multi- instrumentalist, which also features musicians from Sudan, Egypt, and India.
The text is from Psalm 17: 8, one translation of which reads: "Keep your eye on me; hide me under your cool wing feathers."
[mp3] Yaron Pe'er:
from the album Orian
The album is also beautifully packaged, by the way, and comes with 10 postcards with inspirational messages and artwork drawn by Pe'er in Hindu and Persian styles. The entire project, Pe'er says, "is bestowed with the hope of reawakening the higher spirit within. To perform the mitzvah or good deed, 'love thy neighbor like thyself'; that a man shall not be built from the destruction of his fellow man."
Artist website: www.yaronpeer.com
Label website: www.magda.co.il