Day 12 18 Oct 2023

The city made a way for residents that wanted to relocate after the initial massacre of innocent men woman, children, babies and even family pets. They were told to go and “refresh” for a few days. From what we have heard from those who went from Sderot to “refresh”, is.
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Day 11 17 Oct 2023

We are still sheltered in place and have no plans on leaving. If they come and make us leave, then that will be a different story. We have food, a full tank of fuel, so for now we are set. The death total is now 1400, 4200 injured. The amount.
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Day 10 16 Oct 2023

As we all wait for the ground invasion to begin, anxiety builds for our safety and the safety of our troops. Threats from outside powers and promises from allies swirl back and forth.   People that have relocated to hotels are struggling with finding their needs met, worried about where.
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Day 9 15 Oct 2023

I guess I should be happy that I don’t have a lot to report today! Once again it was a relatively quiet night. Maybe in part because I went to bed with a headset on with some of my favorite worship music playing.   It wasn’t until 6:45 a.m. this morning.
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Day 8 14 Oct 2023

We had a busy night last night. I counted twenty explosions in just one barrage.  One landed at the entrance of town by mall seven where all the reporters are camped out, one hit a school, the other hit a yeshiva (religious school) and I have not heard where the.
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Day 7 13 Oct 2023

It seemed to be quiet last night and I thank YAH for that. Yesterday’s Kassam attack on us here in Sderot claimed the life a of a female soldier who was guarding our streets and our people; three of her fellow soldiers were injured as well.  Although every bus stop.
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War Updates Day 6. Oct 12th 2023

 In hopes to keep you up to date from the front lines of Sderot we will try to post a daily update or as situations change here on the ground, in Sderot. The last six days has been filled with fear, terror and dismay. The atrocity’s perpetrated on innocent men,.
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