IFCJ opens mobile center for reservists

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May 22, 2013 02:46

The International Fellowship for Christians and Jews inaugurated the first mobile welfare center for reserve soldiers on Tuesday in the Tze’elim military base. The center, the result of a cooperation with the Association for the Well-being of Israeli Soldiers, consists of a large truck which unfolds into a small coffee shop with tables, Internet access stations, television, electricity for charging cellphones, refrigerators with ice cream and a popcorn machine – among others.

According to the Fellowship, the truck is aimed at “providing the exhausted fighters and reservists a corner of relaxation.”


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