What happened to your community? The community split into several parts. Some are in Yad Binyamin, some in Nitzan (building in Be’er Ganim) and we and three other Gadid families who wanted to live a moshav again are building with Netzer Hazani. So we will live in a moshav again, but it won’t be Gadid, it won’t be Gush Katif. And our daughter will go to Lachish with Neve Dekalim.
Something good that’s happened since: The grandchildren, of course. And one of our sons got married.
What do you wish yourselves? Health and financial security. And a renewed sense of community. And someday to return home.
For more information on making a difference in the lives of these families, e-mail email@example.com. You can also visit their website at www.netzerhazani.org to make a donation. Checks can be mailed to American Friends of Netzer Chazani (approved 501C3) POB 268, Cedarhurst, New York 11516Jewish Press Staff
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