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The town of Sederot is as young as Israel itself. It was established in 1951 and it is inhabited by 24 thousand people. Nobody would probably ever know that such a town exists if it wasn’t for its location- it is situated about one kilometre away from the Gaza Strip border. Its dark fame derives… » read more

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As we know, Israeli authorities rejected the UN resolution concerning Palestine. Yesterday I spoke to president Simon Peres who can find a positive side to this situation, as it is usually the case with an experienced man. He said that after the last “seven-day-long war” and the UNs decision, the only thing that is left… » read more

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The Gaza conflict ceasefire has still been in place since it took effect. Israel has not been attacked by militant rockets and, in result, it has not carried out any reprisal attacks. It might be expected that this state of bliss will soon be over, if not literally then at least media silence over Gaza… » read more

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