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November 27, 2015 / 15 Kislev, 5776
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The Kalef Family Formerly of Neve Dekalim; Now Of Nitzan


What we left behind: “Many things… “

Feelings toward the State: “It hurts me that my parents left everything and arrived in Israel with many ideals. They fought for her, dreamed of her and now we, with our own hands are destroying what was built. We pray that G-d will give the leaders of Israel the good sense to do the right things.

“The state is us and we love it – however we do not agree with the mistakes that have been made.”

The biggest difficulty: “Understanding that Hashem gave Am Yisrael a great gift, this Land and we didn’t watch over it.”

What happened to your community? “We are trying to rehabilitate and to continue on with the communal tasks.”

What do you wish yourselves? “That we return quickly to all of the homeland with strength and Jewish pride out of faith in the G-d of Israel and the redeemer of Israel.”

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