As usual, I was at the super picking our weekly Shabat Challot. But this was no ordinary erev Shabat. A number of people also came into the store but they were dressed not in their Shabat finery but in their Tzahal uniforms. It was clear where they were heading. Some I knew from the ‘hood,
I just returned from Israel last week and may have been standing in the exact same spot as a rocket that struck in Sdorot. I was visiting newly arrived Ethiopian olim in their new absorption center. So many children..they were playing volleyball and practicing their hebrew. I took videos of them on my iphone and
My friend was en route to Israel as these events transpired. She flew into a war zone without even realizing it…
With rockets in the background and faith in every word. This is my story.
Instead, they launched 20 air strikes. And answered some pressing questions.
Immediately as the attacks escalated in the South, The Jewish Agency mobilized to ensure the safety of the immigrants in our absorption centers, remove program participants from danger zones, and provide initial assistance to the residents of Israel’s South.
If there is no one in need within our field of vision, we are called upon to widen our field of vision.
While tough to resist, these four words undermine our relationships with our kids–not to mention belittle and shame them. 3 ideas to communicate positively.
Thirty-two young people and three staff members boarded the EL AL flight. The common bond all shared was being sober; some as little as three months, others up to seven years.
But at the same time, “don’t feel entitled.” White House Chief of Staff has an off-the-record meeting with Boca Raton high school students.