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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...

Brit’s Perspective: May cease be upon us!

Israel declared a unilateral cease-fire. Hamas then declared its own cease-fire. So we have cease, for now at least. But can cease be turned into peace? And what does peace mean? Firstly, let’s examine what...

Sderot Challenge

Many countries' responses and reactions to the current fighting of the Arab-Israeli conflict are more or less to condemn Israel's military actions inside the Gaza Strip. These responses paint the picture that the only...

The Unforgiveable Fire

Here’s the deal - you take everything you have worked all your life for; a beautiful apartment, a fabulous job, a dream car, family & friends and, most importantly, a season ticket for Leeds...

150 North American College Students Visit Sderot

On a recent rainy Tuesday afternoon one hundred and fifty participants in a Young Judea program traveled to Sderot to show solidarity with area residents and to learn something about the people who live...

ISRAEL: Waitin’ for Obama

Last December, a Qassam rocket tore through Pinhas and Aliza Amar's kitchen. Pinhas and Aliza were home with two of their daughters. Aliza was injured, the rest unharmed. The Israeli family is rebuilding its home...

Concrete caterpillars : Bomb shelters at the playground

Children in Israel are being tortured daily. In the town of Sderot, Israel, located just over a mile from the Gaza Strip, children live under threat of instant death. This psychological torture is taking its...

The Fake Quiet

It is my third time in Sderot -- six days in all -- and everybody still phones me to ask if there has been a Tzeva Adom alert. Thankfully, each time, I have been able...

Just 60 minutes from Jerusalem

Today I made a short journey. A journey I have been planning for a long time. It only took just over an hour, the same time it used to take me to get from...

Sderot: My First Time

Just 20 minutes into my first visit to Sderot, I experience my first Tzeva Adom alert and rocket attack. At first, it was literally surreal. Engrossed in work and not being accustomed to listening for...