Thursday, October 23, 2008

Sderot Media Center weekly update

Israel Wants To Extend Truce Agreement
Jerusalem - Israel has taken steps to extend the truce agreement currently in place in Gaza. Dec. 19 will mark six months since the truce agreement was reached between Israel and Egypt on the one hand and between Egypt and Hamas on the other.
This agreement has resulted in a temporary halt of massive rocket attacks on the Jewish communities in Sderot and the part of the Western Negev that borders Gaza. Read more

Sderot Food Festival Attracts Hundreds
“Feeling at Home” in spite of the rockets The roads to Sderot are not packed with vehicles every day, but on Wednesday, 15 October, more cars were on their way to Sderot than those roads had seen for years. Families from all over Israel drove to the kassam-rocketed town on the second day of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. They wanted to support the morale of the people of Sderot by attending a festival of ethnic food the community . Read more

From Mexico to Sderot: Sammy's Story
As the six-month long ceasefire between Hamas and Israel nears to an end, residents of Sderot and the western Negev still remain under the intense threat of Palestinian rocket fire. Only this Read more

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