IFCJ opens mobile center for reservists

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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