February 26, 2010
Providing hope for troubled youth in Israel

Israel’s Hadassah Neurim Youth Village, founded in 1948, offers a second chance for a diverse group of young people who are having trouble in traditional schools.

On a recent trip to Israel, Worldfocus associate producer Mohammad Al-Kassim visited the school, where he met several young men who had found a new purpose in life through their studies there.

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7 comments

#7

A positive story about a life changing experience for 3 young men - Hurrah for Hadassah Neurim.

#6

Kol hakavod to all - to the young men, to Kobi and to Mohammed - and to all the wonderful people who support Hadassah Neurim Youth Aliyah Village.

#5

What a great story, about one of my favorite places in the whole world.

#4

Terrific and original story! Wow!

#3

Good to see a slice of real life in Israel, and not just the usual conflict-related stuff.

#2

nicely done Mohammad!

#1

Fantastic piece illustrating how to successfully motivate at risk youth in a complex society across cultural boundaries.

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