Thirty children with disabilities and chronic or genetic illnesses are taking some time off at the Swedish Jewish community's summer resort in the southern city of MalmÃ¶. The Jewish community of MalmÃ¶, together with the Swedish branch of Bnei Akiva, has decided to invite the children for a relaxing vacation, activities and even a day in Copenhagen as guests of Denmark's Jewish community, which wanted to be part of the project as well. The community in MalmÃ¶, where many of Sweden's Jews vacation every year, organized a version of the popular TV series Survivor on Sunday, and joined in the game with the children. One couple in the community, Edi and Paula Zinger, volunteered to move into the complex to cook for the children and spend some quality time with them while they are away from their homes back in Israel. "This vacation is a heart-warming gesture," said Elad Mayer, emissary of World Bnei Akiva and the Jewish Agency in Scandinavia. "It's truly touching to encounter people who gladly give so much and expect nothing in return."