Amid terror attacks, Krav Magen instructors offer free classes across Israel

Workshops are aimed at the general public, for both youths and adults, from across the country, teacher says.

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October 15, 2015 17:16
Senior Israeli Krav Magen instructor Yonatan Graber (right) and his trainer, Maor Hakak, displaying

Senior Israeli Krav Magen instructor Yonatan Graber (right) and his trainer, Maor Hakak, displaying a defense against a forward knife attack. . (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Self defense instructors from the Israeli Krav Magen Association are offering training classes free of charge for those concerned about their safety in Jerusalem and other cities.

Eli Levshtein, a senior self defense instructor from the Association, said that "in light of the tense situation, and the fear that has gripped a large part of the public, the Israeli Krav Magen Association has begun a round of short workshops in self defense across Israel, with an aim to increase public security, and awareness of self defense." Levshtein added that the workshops are aimed at the general public, for both youths and adults, from across the country, and will be free of charge.

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Workshops will begin in the coming days in cities and regions including Jerusalem, Ramat Gan, Rehovot, Ariel, Rosh Ha'ayin, Modi'in, Kfar Yona, Petah Tikva, Haifa, Carmiel, Hof Ashkelon, and other regions.

Those interested in further information are invited to contact the Israeli Krav Magen Association on 0505376123 or 0544440257

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