Sderot: Youth rejoice in spite of rocket attack

Rockets interrupt Bnei Akiva youth event. Mayor: 'Sderot youth are stronger than everything, we will not be broken.'

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Rocket attacks
Rocket attacks
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During a Saturday night event at Bnei Akiva in the Gaza border city of Sderot, air raid sirens sounded and a rocket was heard exploding.

The youth at the event, together with Mayor Alon Davidi and Deputy Mayor Elad Kalimi, began dancing and singing.

Their song translates to, "the eternal nation is not afraid of a long journey."

"No, no, you won't beat us. You can't beat us that fast. The eternal nation is not afraid of a long journey."

"Again Gaza terrorists are disturbing Sderot's children and firing rockets at us exactly when Bnei Akiva is holding an event," Davidi said. "We are informing you that we're not going to be broken. Sderot youth are stronger than everything. We extend our hand to you in brotherhood, our dear Bnei Akiva youth."