Where do the soldiers sleep?

A new housing project in Jerusalem provides much more than a home for lone soldiers.

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April 6, 2016 18:45
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Yered Stufflebeam, 19 and the third in his family to join the IDF, finds the new Lone Soldier Home in Jerusalem ideal for his purposes. (photo credit: SHARON ALTSHUL)

 
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