Even though we just got through Sukkoth, it’s now time to start thinking about Hanukah. In 2008 our very first public appearance was hosting a Hanukah party. We had some apprehension because Hanukah that year was during “Cast Lead” the first Gaza operation hoping to halt the constant bombardment by Kassam rockets from Hamas […]
During the Protective Edge operation a good friend came down to Sderot in spite of the operation and all his friends’ encouragement not to make the trip… He came anyway. The following store is his impression and experiences while here in Sderot. Four Days in ‘Rocket City’ By Ian Norton, ‘Welcome to Sderot’ the road […]
The 25th of September has come and gone and we still have shalom from terrorist rockets. Just because we have not been a terrorist target since the last cease fire does not mean life in Sderot is “Normal” or should I say as normal would be in other parts of the world.
Looking back at the last two months there were some interesting things that happened. During the month of August we were open each Wednesday to give out food. During each of the four Wednesday we were open, it was during a “Cease Fire”. We heard from people from around the world as they shared their […]
The last sound of war was heard Tuesday night at 7:18 (August 26, 2014) as we entered cease fire number 11. At the end of a 30 day period Israel and the Hamas will once again meet in Egypt to see if they can come to some kind of a long term Cease fire. There […]
In the last seven days I can’t begin to tell you how many Kassams have been fired at us or how many times we have had to run to our bomb shelter or even how many times we have heard the “Iron Dome” launch a rocket to intercept an incoming rocket but I can tell […]