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Letter from Sara: A Blessing From Heaven

Friday, January 10th, 2003

For the past few weeks the weather here has been great. Considering that I was born and raised in Florida, one would probably suppose that ‘great weather’ means Miami Beach style ‘fun in the sun’. Actually it’s been raining almost non-stop except for a few days this past week in which the sun took over […]


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Message from Sarah: Raindrops from Heaven

Friday, December 13th, 2002

So many things have happened since my return from the States, that aside from all of the wonderful memories from visiting my family, it almost feels as though I never left home. The morning after our arrival (following a good nights sleep), Chana and I ventured out to visit friends. In between visits we enjoyed […]


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Letter from Sara: The View from the U.S.

Friday, December 6th, 2002

While I boarded my El-Al flight last week, holding on to Chana and a bag full of toys, books and food, I couldn’t help but think of what I was leaving behind. Just one day earlier a terrorist had blown himself up near a busy gax station in Ariel killing three soldiers and wounding many […]


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Letter from Sara: The View from the U.S.

Wednesday, November 6th, 2002

While I boarded my El-Al flight last week, holding on to Chana and a bag full of toys, books and food, I couldn’t help but think of what I was leaving behind. Just one day earlier a terrorist had blown himself up near a busy gax station in Ariel killing three soldiers and wounding many […]


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Letter from Sarah
The Whole Land: My Backyard

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2002

As Mordechai’s sisters and I dashed around making last minute preparations before the holiday, Mordechai and his mother worked hard re-planting 2 wild pear tree which they uprooted from the wadi below us. On Shabbot day (first day of Sukkot) my father-in-law was asked to speak to the volunteers. he became the biggest pioneer of […]


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Letter from Sara: Apples and Honey for the New Year

Friday, October 11th, 2002

Now that Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) are behind us, I am able to spare a few moments to sit down and write this letter before we begin preparing for the new holiday, Sukkot. Here in Israel when Rosh Hashanah arrives people become a bit apprehensive. Just two years […]


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Letter from Sarah: Now We’re Six

Thursday, August 29th, 2002

It is hard to believe how much has taken place over the last few weeks. Just three weeks ago Mordechai and a group of friends began renovating the caravan designated for his sister (the bride) and her fiance. We worked till the last minute making sure their first home would be one happily remembered. A […]


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Letter from Sara: 7/30/2002

Tuesday, July 30th, 2002

Three weeks ago, just before Mordechai, Chana and I went up north to visit friends and hike through the beautiful riverbeds of the Galilee and Golan, word spread that several hilltop communities in Yesha were going to be uprooted. At one point there were rumors that maybe our small community would be one of them. […]


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Should America Guarantee Israel’s Safety? (Part 4 of 6)

Sunday, July 7th, 2002

U.S. Guarantees: The Case of Taiwan Citizens of Taiwan who were keeping an eye on the American presidential campaign of 1976 must have been impressed by the statements made by the Democratic candidate regarding America’s longstanding pledge to protect their tiny island nation from Communist China. “We are bound by a treaty to guarantee the […]


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Should America Guarantee Israel’s Safety? (Part 3 of 6)

Friday, July 5th, 2002

U.S. Guarantees: The Case of Vietnam Warfare carried out by the Communist forces in northern Vietnam resulted in an agreement, in 1954, by the French colonial authorities to withdraw from the country. Determined “to prevent the loss of northern Vietnam from leading to the extension of communism throughout Southeast Asia and the Southwest Pacific” (as […]


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