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"One day without our children is one day too many" - voila! culture

2023-12-08T07:08:07.340Z

Highlights: "One day without our children is one day too many," says Shabbat. "It will take a long time to digest and understand. Everything is complex and delicate," he says. "There are other stories that are coming out of the mouths of the returnees," he adds. "Every day brings tidings," says the author of the book, "It's Not the Same House" "We are still waiting for our children to return to us," adds the author. "We don't know how long it will take for them to get back to us"


"I still feel in mourning. It will take a long time to digest and understand. Everything is complex and delicate," feels singer Shlomi Shabbat, who thinks it's still too early to ask what has changed in us in the past two months


"Every day brings tidings." Shlomi Shabbat/Reuven Castro

"I think it's still too early to ask what has changed in us in the past two months, because I still feel in mourning. It will take a long time to digest and understand. Everything is complex and delicate.


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"There are other abductees held captive who have not yet been returned to our home, soldiers fighting on all fronts, every day brings tidings. Many stories are starting to come out of the mouths of the returnees, so everyone is still shocked and confused because one day without our children is one day too many."

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Source: walla

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