Children from South to get Justin Bieber tickets

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April 11, 2011 11:23

 
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Seven-hundred children from Southern communities in proximity of Gaza missile fire are being given a respite this week in the guise of tickets to the Justin Bieber concert on Thursday night at Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv.

The tickets are the gifts of the The Schusterman Foundation - Israel, The Morningstar Foundation and ROI Community of Young Jewish Innovators.

The children from communites of Sderot, Sh'ar Hanegev, Ofakim, Gan Yavne, Yavne and Kiryat Malachi among others were selected by the local community centers and will travel to the show in buses provided by the Israel Association of Community Centers.

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