This annihilated Jewish community had a life and a history, and we wanted it to be remembered and not erased, remembered and not forgotten.
14-year-old Yehuda Bilog went missing on Wednesday at Hakshatot Beach in Ashdod. Police are searching for him and his parents refuse to leave the beach.
In another round of the loosening of restrictions which will go into effect next week, it seems that entrance to pools and beaches for sport and treatment will be permitted.
The event was moved to London after Malaysia refused to let Israelis compete.
The Israeli Consulate in Athens, Greece is aiding the girl's family and helping to transport the body back to Israel for burial.
The toddler is now at Yoseftal Hospital where she is in a critical condition.
Murez swam at Stanford University on a scholarship as she continued to hone her skills.
Parents should not be on their phones or distracted during bath time, swim time or beach time, as accidents can be silent and deadly.
Someone should really launch a campaign under the heading of “Save a Child’s Life by Teaching Him/Her to Swim.”
Then came the news of another gold medal for the Israeli delegation, thanks to a pair of bowlers – Aran Bar-Peled and Shoshana Nadav – who came in first place in doubles bowling.