One Million People Threatened, Thousands of Rockets, And Just Fifteen Seconds

By Gal Sitty, March 12, 2012

By Gal Sitty Just less than two months ago I spent a day in the Israeli city of Sderot near the Gaza border. Sderot, with a population of about 24,000 residents, is a largely bedroom community that is fairly densely populated. Those characteristics are what have made this formerly quiet, peaceful town the biggest target [...]

Hamas Fails to Hit Kindergarten in Pre-Rosh Hashana Terror Attack

By Jennifer Hanin, September 8, 2010

What’s New: Just hours away from the ushering in of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, terrorist  mortar fire out of Gaza hit a Negev kibbutz in the Sha’ar HaNegev Regional Council district.  One mortar landed between several buildings used to house kindergartens, but thankfully, the children and their parents had not yet arrived, and [...]