February 5, 2008

In this issue:

Pre-Election debate on rockets threatening southern Israelis

This past Sunday evening, February 1, Sderot Media Center held a pre-election event for the English-speaking Jerusalem public on the issue of Sderot and the western Negev at the Israel Center. Political candidates from nine political parties of the 34 parties running for general election on February 10, gathered together to discuss how their respective parties would handle the continued Palestinian rocket fire terrorizing Sderot and the western Negev.
Noam Bedein, director of Sderot Media Center, opened the session with a SMC video on the protected playgrounds in Sderot,, and which had been distributed through the Israel Foreign Read more and watch the video

Palestinian Rocket fire Continues to Strike Israel in February

Palestinian rocket fire against Israel continued throughout the first week of February despite the unilateral ceasefire declared by Israel and Hamas two weeks ago on Sunday, January 18.

Around 18 Qassam rockets and mortar shells were fired from Gaza and struck Israel on Sunday February 1. Four of the mortar shells exploded in the Sha’ar Hanegev region of the western Negev, injuring three Israelis including two IDF soldiers and one civilian. Three other rockets struck the Eshkol region, with one rocket landing between two kindergartens. Read more

Over 150 Young Judaea Students Visit Sderot

In light of the calm that has returned to Sderot and the western Negev, various groups of international students on Israeli programs have once again returned to visit region. On Tuesday, February 3, over 150 Young Judaea and FZY students visited Sderot.
As the Zionist Youth Movement of Hadassah, Young Judaea does an amazing job of providing its students with experience and education on the issues facing Israel and the Jewish people today. Following one of the most televised and violent conflicts in Israel’s Read more

Sderot Theater Project Moves Forward!

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