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The Aftermath of Monday and Looking Forward to Whats Next

March 29, 2019 by  
Filed under Featured, Sderot News

Today children were back in school after schools being closed due to the safety risk stemming from Monday and Tuesday’s terrorist attack. The morning was not your normal morning at school. The atmosphere was somber and some children didn’t want to be here, yet we have all learned that life must go on. To help […]

Alarms Sounding

March 25, 2019 by  
Filed under Featured, Sderot News

Since the 450 rockets fired at us in November it had been quiet… until last Friday Morning when we heard the “Tesva Adom” alarms once again sound here in Sderot. As a results of that attack many parents did not send their children to school. Classrooms that normally have 28 students only had 10. This […]

Who Wouldn’t Want Peace?

November 24, 2018 by  
Filed under Featured, Sderot News

Editors note: This story is not about whether the Israeli government is right or wrong in its action but rather about the feelings of the people who have sufferer for eighteen years of terrorist attacks at the hands of Hamas. The day after 450 rockets were fired at us in less than twenty four hours […]

Worst One Day Attack EVER

November 13, 2018 by  
Filed under Featured, Sderot News

The past 15 hours have been quite unnerving and traumatic. Hamas started firing Kassam rockets at Sderot at 4:42 in the afternoon and for the next twenty minutes the barrage was non-stopped. As the first alarm went off, people out and about or coming home from work started running for cover, people driving stopped their […]

Shabbat With a Bang… or Forty

October 27, 2018 by  
Filed under Featured, Sderot News

This past Shabbat was exceptionally rough for us here . Hamas and its affiliates once again launched  rocket attacks against innocent men woman and children in and around Sderot. Last night at 10:03 the first incoming rocket alarm went off; this would be the first salvo over the next ten hours. Within nano-seconds the Iron Dome detected […]

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