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August 27, 2016 / 23 Av, 5776
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Not Everyone Has a Bomb Shelter


Unfortunately, not everyone has a real bomb shelter nearby.

In Nitzan, one of the southern settlements that was selected to house many of those expelled from Gush Katif, residents have to take cover in large sewer pipes that were brought in to be used as bomb shelters.


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2 Responses to “Not Everyone Has a Bomb Shelter”

  1. Olive Harte says:

    I cannot say anything,! I am sitting here looking at terrible situations and I am in my comfort zone God have mercy on all people who make war of any kind He dose not want us humans to kill each other in this manner God created all men/women beautiful this terrible evil that has taken over the world-Gods CREATION MUST BE STOPPED.

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