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We're upgrading the website

Hello y'all we've update the website, with the help of web master Oved AKA Oby. we've update the photos and created a new videos page. have a great year!

the videos are located on the right hand side below

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Aviva's Letter

Shalom and Bracha:

It is with great pleasure that I write to you about our good friends, the Johnsons. We have known them for about 6 years. During this time we have gotten to know them quite well.

Their latest endeavor is truly an indication of how they live their life. Their home is an open house to the lone soldier of the IDF. Any lone soldier who comes to their door is welcome. The Johnsons are continually cooking to make sure there is enough food to feed these soldiers. There is always room at the Johnsons for the soldiers to stay when they are off base. If these young people need a sympathic ear, the Johnsons are there. Read more

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Daniel's Letter

DanielMy Home “Ha Miflaht”

Ha Miflaht What is Ha Miflaht? Is that a place where you can meet with your friends and have parties? Or is it a place where you will find a person to talk to? I would like to tell you what Ha Miflaht means.

Every Friday, after Scott (the father of Ha Miflaht) has cleaned the whole house, we come together and gather around the table, we talk, speak the Kiddush and enjoy a great Shabbat dinner cooked from Theresa (the mother of Ha Miflaht). It is also a tradition that Scott makes his delicious chicken wings! We always have a lot of fun. But that is not the only thing we do; until late at night we spend time on our balcony, drink wine and talk about God, the stories of the bible and the Tanach and the persons from these stories.
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Yehuda

Yehuda

Yehuda Werdesheim continued to fight Hizbullah guerillas despite being wounded in the shoulder.
Photo: Ariel Jerozolimski

From Milwaukee to Maroun A-Ras: Lone soldier up for IDF medal
By YAAKOV KATZ

If it was up to Yehuda Werdesheim, he would do it all over again, including getting shot by a Hizbullah guerrilla during the Second Lebanon War.

A soldier with Battalion 101 of the Paratrooper's Brigade, Werdesheim, 21, is the only lone soldier who is a candidate to receive a Citation of Excellence from Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi for his bravery during a battle that ended with 10 dead Hizbullah guerrillas and over a dozen wounded IDF soldiers. Read more

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