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Ohad's journey to life!
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Protective Edge changed the lives of many people. In the case of Sergeant Ohad Ben Yishai, his life turned upside down.
Blog: The sky is the limit - it just depends on your will to live!
Thursday, July 16, 2015
If you Google the entry Protective Edge, you will find that it was one of longest operations in the history of Israel. The operation started July 8th and ended August 26th.
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Sunday, July 12, 2015
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Blog: Gadi Yarkoni lost his legs during protective edge – now became Mayor
Tuesday, July 07, 2015
On the very last day of operation protective edge last summer, Gadi Yarkoni was badly hurt when he lost both of his legs in a mortar attack.
Blog: Lone Soldiers – thousands of miles away from home
Thursday, June 18, 2015
They are young, they have often just finished high school and they have their future ahead of them. Enrolling in university, getting a job, earning money or maybe traveling throughout the world.


IDF’s Humanitarian Aid all around the world

Posted on 5/19/2015 by Ariel Rudolph

Over the years, the Israel Defense Force’s (IDF) humanitarian aid has served as a source of relief for people all over the world. When countries have been struck by natural disasters, the IDF regularly lends a helping a hand and has sent delegations of medical and rescue staff to those places. The delegations consist mostly of specially trained reserve soldiers from the IDF’s Search and Rescue Unit.

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The taste, the meaning of life

Posted on 4/21/2015 by Ariel Rudolph

Recently a unique cookbook "The Taste of Life" was launched. The cookbook contains 124 recipes collected over six years from the kitchens of 123 bereaved mothers and one bereaved father who selected their fallen sons' favorite dishes. "The Taste of Life" revives the memories and describes the heartbreaking conflicts of bereaved parents. It's a book full of yearning, longing and love.

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Do Israel’s soldiers earn too little?

Posted on 4/13/2015 by Ariel Rudolph

There is currently a debate whether young Israeli soldiers receive enough money during their compulsory army service. Every man has to serve for three years and every woman for two years. The only exceptions are the Arab population (Christian and Moslem, but not Druze) and married or pregnant women. Service was not compulsory for orthodox Jews for a long time. A law passed in March 2014 it illegal for orthodox Jews to refuse the draft and set off protests of hundreds of thousands of orthodox Jews across Israel with the largest protests in Jerusalem.

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