Posts Tagged ‘Efrat’
Arab stone throwers lightly injured a woman near the Husan Bypass in Gush Etzion, which is between Efrat and Betar, off of Highway 60.
The stone throwing is continuing against IDF troops arriving at the scene.
The injured woman is being treated for minor cuts and panic, but she doesn’t need to be taken to the hospital.
A person was injured in an Arab stone-throwing attack on Road 60 between El Hadr (Beitar turnoff) and Efrat North in Gush Etzion.
Stones hit a bus’s windshield, and one person was lightly injured in the face.
No, these aren’t illegal child laborers making Matzah in some underground sweatshop. It’s a bunch of kids making Matzah in an underground Chabad House in Efrat.
Lately it seems that everything interesting is happening in Efrat.
On Friday, hundreds of runners of all ages (apparently dogs too) took part in the Efrat marathon.
IDF soldiers, reservists and local security units participated in a massive training drill in the town of Efrat, Gush Etzion, reenacting an infiltration of terrorists into the settlement, on March 02, 2015.
The IDF’s central command called a surprise training exercise in the West Bank to test reservists’ alertness and to prepare for the possibility of a possible escalation in Judea and Samaria.
Efrat is a beautiful town!
On Thursday evening, students at the Orot Etzion Boys Elementary School in Efrat reenacted different Biblical scenes as part of an interactive live art/Torah exhibition for the month of Adar.
Every floor, corner, class and even staircase of the school (think Jacob’s ladder) showed off exhibits and models the students put together by themselves.
In the exhibit above we see the story of Bilaam (yes, that’s a real donkey inside the school).
The sheep near the Beit Midrash seemed a little scared.
Below is a a 4th grader’s model of Joshua’s battle at Beit Horon made out of play-dough (each figurine shows a lot of individual detail):