Between Tel Aviv and Haifa in the north lies the city of Hadera. Hadera is considered the uppermost of the central region of Israel. The city has a population of over 100,000. The main population of Hadera consists of immigrants…
They ran for their lives from the invasion of Russia and made it to Israel. Some are immigrants and others refugees. It’s a no-brainer that they need a lot of help.
If we’ve never been to Israel but always wanted to go, Jerusalem usually always heads the top of the list. So when new immigrants make aliyah, many want to live in the Holy Hill of Jerusalem.
Six a.m. and Haifa right now is still a little dark but . . . that doesn’t stop aid centers all over the north of Israel from coming to retrieve their stock from this incoming aid container.
Located in the territory of the Israeli tribe of Dan, Ramle is a city in the central district with 80,000 Israelis, two-thirds of whom are Jewish and one-third Arab. It sits next to the ancient city of Lydda/Luz (Lod).
Now on the water, on its way to Israel, is this huge shipping container that also has inside new clothing, and new airline blankets.
While we are enjoying our beautifully laden Rosh Hashanah table with all the trimmings and our best recipes, there is a different story at Beer Sheva’s homeless/women’s shelters.
One of the quickest way to bless a Ukrainian who has made their way to Israel is to feed them!
There are two huge aid containers ready to ship, full of aid for Israel – one in California and one in Holland. Should we bring them into Israel?
You may have heard that Sderot (Israeli city next to Gaza Strip) and the surrounding areas have recently been bombed by Palestinian terror groups again. That means the traumatic red dawn alerts send men, women and children running in fear…