Israelis in communities bordering the Gaza Strip have been living with terror for many years, but it “doesn’t stop us from living our lives,” says one resident.
Palestinian terror groups have threatened a new Intifada if Israel goes ahead with its plans for sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and 30 percent of Judea and Samaria.
Yedidya Harush, who lives in an Israeli community at the border with Gaza, says he and his neighbors, unfortunately, have many years of experience living with terror, but it “doesn’t stop us from living our lives,” he says.
Israelis are optimistic, he explains, turning the negative into something positive. Watch and see how!
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