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Alongside him is Lieutenant G., a helicopter pilot who is the first Druze to complete an IAF pilot’s course in the history of the State of Israel.
‘Among children with disabilities, the prayer book is opened and shut and this is deemed to be true prayer’
“The people in the Negev deserve facilities that are as good as, or better than, those that are available for the people in the center of the country,” says Siev-Ner.
To date, the Joint and the Welfare Ministry have established 45 family centers, which cater to 5,000 families throughout the country.
By OFER LIVNAT
“Technological solutions can be absolutely transformative in helping people with disabilities live more independent and productive lives.”
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
Lauding their confidence and their constant exercise, Rivlin said that without these attributes, even the best athlete in the world would fail.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The workshop consists of 65 disabled workers and a team of designers and vocational instructors.
Finding a babysitter willing to handle a special needs child was daunting, but Avner realized she wasn’t alone.
By RACHEL BERNSTEIN
The event celebrated the award-winning wines produced by the special-needs Kibbutz.
By HANNAH BROWN
Several people who attended the party said it was incredible to see the turnout.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
“Israel has people who are right-wing and people who are left-wing when it comes to politics,” Defur said. “But in the army we put that all aside and come together as one nation.”
By DOV LIPMAN
A reform being pushed by the Education Ministry could force parents to put special-needs children back into special education.
Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke to the soldiers in a private meeting: "It's a great privilege for the IDF which benefits from your wonderful talents and commitment."
By JONATHAN WEBER ROSEN
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