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Sderot Hit During “Day Of Rage”

September 26, 2015 by  
Filed under Featured, Sderot News

As we entered into the high holyday season Hamas entered into a new round of Kassams being fired into Israel two of the five landing in Sderot. There was minor damage to a bus, the other landed in an open field. There were no physical injuries reported yet everyone was injured physiologically by effects of […]

Just a Few Weeks Away From Rosh Ha Shanah

August 28, 2015 by  
Filed under Current Projects, Featured

As we ramp up for the holiday season your gifts helps fill a need that is bigger than normal. It comes at a time when many of the people we help, on a good day, struggle to make ends meet, no less meeting the added demands on their already depleted pocketbooks to provide for the […]

The Month of Elul

August 17, 2015 by  
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As we move into the month of Elul (on the Hebrew calendar) we move into the fall holiday season. The word Elul in Hebrew means “to search or to search out”. The fall feasts are a time on introspection, of searching out one’s heart. But for some the fall feasts become more difficult than for […]

A year ago “Operation Protective Edge” Began

July 11, 2015 by  
Filed under Featured, Sderot News

Wednesday, July the 8th marked one year since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge For the next fifty days we would be running to our bomb shelter morning, noon and night. The sound of outgoing artillery, tank fire and Iron Dome rockets launching as they intercept incoming Kassams would permeate the air for the next […]

What Does Sderot and Boston Have In Common?

June 26, 2015 by  
Filed under Featured, Sderot News

As I sat the other night and listened to three of the survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing speaking of their injuries, I could relate to everything they were saying … Lynn Julian talked about her sense of security taken away, how she is in constant pain and fear and how her life has been […]

Mortars and Tunnels Both Aimed At Innocent Civilians

June 26, 2015 by  
Filed under Featured, Sderot News

There have been reports that Hamas has either produced or has smuggled in mortars that have an eight kilometer  range. This being the case it puts all of Sderot in this new mortars range. The concern is that when these new mortars are fired they do not have the same high arch as a Kassam does when they […]

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