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💔🎗️Dor, the fourth child of Sigi and Dolev Yehud, was born nine days after Dolev was abducted to Gaza.

On May 14th, their anniversary day, Sigi writes to Dolev:

"How did this happen to me? To us?
How can such a terrible thing be explained?
How does one raise children in emptiness?
Emptiness. What a dreadful word.
It cannot be described or explained, and there is no remedy for it.
It just exists.
Today, we 'celebrate' our anniversary. I wonder if you even know what the date is today.
The day we were supposed to spend alone, without being interrupted by our four adorable little monsters.
You still haven't had the chance to meet the youngest.
But she knows about you from the first day of her birth.
She just wants to connect a beautiful face to the stories she hears about you.
So much pain.
Such loneliness.
Such emptiness.
When will it all end?
'...Longing is so painful, a black hole instead of a heart The endless fear does not leave my body When will you come back to me?'
Loving you, waiting for you. We are all waiting for you.
I am torn apart, wishing to be whole again."

Our heart aches for little Dor and for Sigi, and for everyone else waiting for Dolev to come home. And for Arbel. And Ariel. And David.

Bring Dolev home to his baby.

#BringThemHomeNow 🎗️
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💔🎗️Dor, the fourth child of Sigi and Dolev Yehud, was born nine days after Dolev was abducted to Gaza. 

On May 14th, their anniversary day, Sigi writes to Dolev:

How did this happen to me? To us?
How can such a terrible thing be explained?
How does one raise children in emptiness?
Emptiness. What a dreadful word.
It cannot be described or explained, and there is no remedy for it.
It just exists.
Today, we celebrate our anniversary. I wonder if you even know what the date is today.
The day we were supposed to spend alone, without being interrupted by our four adorable little monsters.
You still havent had the chance to meet the youngest.
But she knows about you from the first day of her birth.
She just wants to connect a beautiful face to the stories she hears about you.
So much pain.
Such loneliness.
Such emptiness.
When will it all end?
...Longing is so painful, a black hole instead of a heart The endless fear does not leave my body When will you come back to me?
Loving you, waiting for you. We are all waiting for you.
I am torn apart, wishing to be whole again.

Our heart aches for little Dor and for Sigi, and for everyone else waiting for Dolev to come home. And for Arbel. And Ariel. And David. 

Bring Dolev home to his baby. 

#BringThemHomeNow 🎗️

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Incredible words Feeling so much for you Be strong & be safe 🙏🇮🇱

It’s so hard and you are so brave and the writing is amazing expressing finding words somehow 🙏🏿

My heart beats for you and your family! Pray as much as you can and believe miracles can really happen! Be safe! 🙏

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Thank you Senator Birmingham for your principled motion which calls on senators to engage in debates and commentary respectfully and condemns the usage of phrasing such as “from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free” which is used by those who seek to intimidate Jewish Australians via acts of antisemitism. It is well worth listening to his entire speech in the Senate yesterday. ... See MoreSee Less

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Very good speech, Simon Birmingham. There should be no place for hatred in Australia.

God bless Israel

Great speach Sumon Birmingham. Thank you. Australia is a beautiful, successful, well developed country and we would like to see all Australians feeling safe, be respected and united. The people who came to Australia have to integrate and learn Australian way of living not to impose their hate, agression and racism.

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