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Another weekend in Sderot

Several kassams fired from Gaza struck Sderot in recent days, causing injuries and structural damage.

Osher Twito, age 8, was severely wounded when a kassam hit Sderot on Feb. 9, 2008. (Photo from The Israel Project)





Plumes of smoke rise after a kassam strike in Sderot on Feb. 1…

Damage but no fatalities

As we mentioned in our last posting, kassams hit Kibbutz Be'eri earlier this week, wounding two children. One of our bloggers, 14-year-old Ayana Neta, lives there. (Read her posting titled 'We Will Stay Strong' below)

We heard back from Anaya, who sent us this reply and the photos below, s…

Attack on Be'eri

We just received word that today a kassam struck Kibbutz Be'eri, the hometown of Ayana and Lior, two teens who posted to this blog last week. (see their postings, below, for a map showing how close Be'eri is to Gaza.)

According to JPost, two young girls, ages 2 and 12, were wounded by the r…

Good in Normal Times - The Best in Crisis

This posting was written by Ido Zholti, a community worker in Sderot. "CODE RED, CODE RED, I turned round and looked at my watch to see what time it was. 'It's 5:30 in the morning, they're early today,' I thought, and a second later I found myself in the corridor. That's the safest place…

'We will stay strong'

Shalom everybody!

My name is Ayana Neta, and I am 14 years old. I live in Kibbutz Beeri, about 3 km from the border of Gaza Strip. Like Sderot I also live under rockets.

You probably don't even know it, but besides Sderot, there are more places that also get the rockets. One of them is Beeri…

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