ISRAEL AT WAR - DAY 252

Wartime Diaries

Wartime Diaries

Everything in this corner of the world changed on Saturday, October 7, 2023. All around us, friends, family, colleagues, people have died. People are missing and kidnapped. Amidst the uncertainty, we bring you some voices and testimonies that paint a picture of these devastating times.
Produced in partnership with The Times of Israel.
Moriah Cohen (Israel Story)
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After being stabbed on the street, a woman prepares for her attacker to return to their shared neighborhood.
Lihi Lapid (Israel Story)
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The celebrated columnist and activist on the current war's impact on special needs, feminism, her new book release, and being married to Yair Lapid
Amit Halivni Bar-Peled at right, with her late husband Yuval and son Jon-Jon (Israel Story)
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For Israel's Memorial Day, Amit Halivni Bar-Peled shares her identities as a mother, a pastry chef, and a widow of a fallen soldier.
Tzvika Mor (Israel Story)
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A father advocates against a prisoner swap that would release his son from captivity
Mishael Zion (Israel Story)
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What should a Passover haggadah in the shadow of October 7th include?
Walter Bingham (Israel Story)
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What does October 7 mean to an Israeli who remembers being on the Kindertransport?
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