Freedom & Justice

Symbols of Freedom:
Tie a Yellow Ribbon

What is my obligation to fight for other people’s freedom? How can I show they have not been forgotten using symbols and action?

Freedom is the ability to make choices and is a basic human right. What is the importance of freedom in everyday life? What is my obligation to fight for other people’s freedom? How can I make a difference in such a big story?  Each person on this planet deserves to determine their own fate, to make their own decisions. 

Fighting for freedom requires staying power, patience, dedication and faith in our own abilities to effect change. Justice requires that we be creative to do everything we can to make people aware, and accelerate the return of all hostages to their families.

How can we send a powerful message to the families of the hostages in Gaza that they are not forgotten? How can we keep this issue alive for our leaders in government so they will work for their release?

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Bikkur Moledet: Bring Them Home Now

Dedicate this activity in honor of

Eli Sharabi 51
Eli was kidnapped from his home in Kibbutz Be’eri.
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