Post 135: Staying safe in Israel are words to the wise adults and visiting students

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PRESS RELEASE 
JUNE 15, 2015 
Planning to Study in Israel? Read Stay Safe In Israel, a critical handbook distributed free to 10,000 North American High School Seniors by the Keep Your Community Safe Initiative‐‐Baltimore, June 15th, 2015The Keep Your Community Safe Initiative, a division of Project Ezra of Baltimore and The Chesed Fund, is proud to present the Nieman First Edition of Stay Safe In Israel by Frank Storch. This comprehensive and free safety handbook is written for post‐high school students studying and traveling in Israel.Ten thousand copies of the handbook were distributed to high school seniors planning to study in Israel. Students currently in Israel will receive the handbook as well. For a free download of Stay Safe In Israel, CLICK HERE. Partnering with ZAKA and their expanded mission, the Keep Your Community Safe Initiative will be offering safety workshops based on Stay Safe In Israel to yeshivas and seminaries. The Keep Your Community Safe Initiative also offers readers a chance to win a free trip to Israel for submitting original ideas and safety tipsHere; some restrictions apply.Stay Safe In Israel is endorsed by Secure Community Network, Agudath Israel, Orthodox Union, Star K, Young Israel, United Hatzalah, ZAKA, Misaskim, Torah U’Mesorah, Gleis Security Consulting, Draco Group, and others.

Stay Safe In Israel was written in response to the recent tragic deaths of two American yeshiva students who were traveling while studying in Israel. Just a few weeks ago, as Stay Safe In Israel was going to print, a student touring Masada fell, suffered heat stroke, and died. That same day, twenty five American seminary girls who were hiking needed to be evacuated to a hospital due to dehydration. These incidents further demonstrate the critical need for the handbook, which provides lifesaving trip and hiking instructions as well as detailed tips on personal, street, and travel safety. The handbook can also be beneficial to both new and seasoned tourists.

For seminary girls, the Keep Your Community Safe Initiative also recommends Seminary Savvy, the outstanding newly released book by Debbie Fox, LCSW.

Bat-sheva Dori-Carlier batshevacarlier@yahoo.co.uk [MacroLife-Israel]” <MacroLife-Israel@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

 

Hello macro friends,

 

DUQQA is a fantastic, ancient Egyptian condiment prepared with roasted sesame seeds, hazelnuts, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, sea salt & a bit of black pepper. Absolutely delicious! I prepared it with whole sesame seeds instead of white.

There are many recipes on the net. I adjusted the quantities as follows:

3/4 cup whole sesame seeds, 1/2 cup hazelnuts, 1 heaped tablespoon cumin seeds, 1 heaped tablespoon coriander seeds, 1 teaspoon thin sea salt, 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper. Enjoy!

Batsheva

You can read about it here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duqqa

 

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