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Printed in Ye'ted Ne'eman after Operation Pillar of Cloud

Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012

We residents of the south had a very unpleasant experience; moments of fright, difficult questions from the children, and a forced ‘vacation’ in our shelters and sealed rooms...

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Mishpacha magazine- Yad Eliezer on Behalf of the Residents of the South- from Mishpacha magazine in Hebrew

Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012

During the days of fighting in the south, the Yad Eliezer organization distributed thousands of food portions to the residents of the south who were stranded in their homes...

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Yad Eliezer - Helping to break the cycle of poverty in Israel today

Tuesday, Nov. 01, 2011

Yad Eliezer is Israel’s largest poverty relief agency. It began in 1980 in the kitchen of the Weisel family in Jerusalem...

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Connecting to the Source of Chessed

Tuesday, August 31, 2010 by Jonathan Rosenblum

As the days tick down to Rosh Hashanah, Jews mindful of the Rambam’s injunction that each person should view himself at every moment as if his mitzvos and aveiros are equally...

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The Other Israel Story

Tuesday, March 02, 2010 by Steve Maas, Editor

With a third of children in poverty, Yad Eliezer offers help.Israeli Simcha Reiser’s mission took him to his native America at perhaps the worst of possible times...

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Urgent Answers to Burning Questions

Sunday, November 29, 2009 by M. Wyzanski, HaModia Newspaper

The official at the Yad Eliezer headquarters picks up the ringing phone, but the woman on the other end is so utterly hysterical that she is barely able to get her words out...

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Gaza: The Long Way Home

Thursday, September 24, 2009 by Simon Wolf, OU Shabbat Shalom

28 Elul 5769 It is always hard to sit down and write since writing doesn't come naturally to me and the words don't necessarily flow easily, but as the events of the year have played out so...

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The Jerusalem Report: Making Every Dollar Count

Monday, July 13, 2009 by Jacob Levine, The Jerusalem Report

In these days of economic downturn, donors to charities want to know that their donations are going to those who need them the most, and that every dollar they give actually gets to the...

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Begging To Do a Mitzvah

Tuesday, June 02, 2009 by Sara Yoheved Rigler, Mishpacha Magazine

Rabbi Yaakov and Hadassah Weisel had no qualifications for founding Israel's largest anti-hunger organization, except for a burning desire to do mitzvot...

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Care Packages to Gaza

Saturday, January 10, 2009 by Simon Wolf, Aish.com

January 6, 2009 - I live in Beit Shemesh, Israel. It's about 28 miles (45 kilometers) from Gaza as the crow flies...

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The Jerusalem Post: A Hand and a Heart

Friday, December 19, 2008 by Ruth Beloff, The Jerusalem Post

It is Friday afternoon, and while most households are preparing for Shabbat, Milka Ben-Ziman is at Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital visiting cancer patients...

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Texas Jewish Post: Ask The Rabbi

Sunday, December 14, 2008 by Rabbi Yerachmiel D. Fried

Dear Readers,Last week I shared with you some feelings from my recent trip to Israel...

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A Slice of Hope

Wednesday, November 05, 2008 by Yaffa Klugerman and Yehonatan Pele, BabagaNewz

Carefully gripping a knife, Tova focuses intently on the tomato that her neighbor has given her...

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Arutz Sheva: Food Prices Up, Food Exports Down

Monday, July 07, 2008 by Hillel Fendel (IsraelNN.com)

A five-year running climb in food exports has been reversed, due to the weak dollar and high food production costs...

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Financial Times: Israelis' Seek to Erase 'Mark of Disgrace'

Friday, February 08, 2008 by Tobias Buck, Financial Times

Chani has painted flowers on the damp walls of the tiny room shared by her five children, but the effort has done little to brighten up the family’s dark, cramped basement flat in one...

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AP: US Rabbi Spearheads Care Package Campaign For Israeli Troops

Tuesday, January 08, 2008 by CBS News, AP

(AP) Troops won't have to dry their underwear on tank carriers thanks to a New York rabbi who raised more than $100,000 in two days to buy care packages for soldiers involved in Israel's...

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