COVID-19 Update from Sderot

We find ourselves in a difficult situation. We find ourselves in a difficult situation. Running to a bomb shelter for us has become the norm.  Being told to stay indoors during times of rocket attacks has also become the norm. The fear of a terrorist attack or going outside and.
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New Wave Of Rockets Hit Sderot

New Road Signs Warn That You Are Driving In An Unprotected Area. It all started Sunday around six P.M. with the first Kassam being fired at us. Kassams would continue to be fired at us all Sunday evening and for the next two days. Reports vary but between Kassams and.
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Meet David

David suffers from Arthrogryposis Aaron and Miriam have six children, the youngest being eighteen months. David is the middle child. He was born still born but revived. He was later diagnosed with Arthrogryposis which is a congenital muscle problem that causes movement around a number of joints through tendon and.
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The Rockets’ Red Glare The Balloons Bursting In Air

Now the Gazan terrorists are attaching IED’s (improvised explosive devices) to the balloon clusters We are starting a new year with new challenges and dangers. All during the summer of last year Hamas and the terrorist groups in Gaza strip started sending helium filled balloons with lite “Molotov cocktails” (containers.
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Cease Fire?

16 Alarms Since The Cease Fire Began So, after some 400 rocket were fired at us Hamas / PIJ have called for a “cease fire”. At 5:30 this morning it was supposed to take effect; five hours into it “all’s quiet on the western front” (laterally …Gaze is on our.
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Hundreds of Rockets Fired at Israel

Today started at 6:53 this morning… the first Tseva Adom alarm started. Ever since then there has been one Kassam attack after the other. In less than eleven hours (so far) over 160 rocket have been launched from Gaza. One house in Sderot took a direct hit as did a.
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Religious School Hit By Kassam

The other day as we were taking an elderly person and their care giver to the hospital, the reality of where I was driving and vulnerability we were exposed to as we on our way. The main highway that take us to Ashkelon, where the hospital is, basically runs parallel.
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From Passover To 300 Kassams in One Week

From ten o’clock this morning until noon terrorists from Gaza sent one Kassam after another; not only to Sderot but to all the communities that surround the Gaza border; since noon there has been sporadic attacks. There were reports of minor injuries and minimal property damage but the trauma of.
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The Aftermath of Monday and Looking Forward to Whats Next

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.
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Alarms Sounding

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.
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