Abortion: 'I just couldn’t go through with (an abortion). I gave birth and I took responsibility and let the father go his way,' says Mali. Dreams: 'A spouse' says Mali; 'a ticket to the final of the Champions League with Barcelona,' says Yuval.
Sitriya - Moshav close to Rehovot, founded in 1949 by new immigrants from Romania and Poland, who arrived from the detention camps in Cyprus. Until 1948, a Bedouin tribe resided in the area.
The gar’in (core group) consists of young women between high school and army service, who are pursuing a year of studies at Be’er, the Yeruham branch of Amit.
Moshe, Michal, Moran and Neta live in the 'veterans’ neighborhood in Bat Hadar with Shoko, friendly but epileptic cocker spaniel.
Meet the Dadon family from Moshav Revaya.
Asi, Shir, Ma'ayan, Yair and Sharon live in Balfouriya, a moshav (cooperative farming village) located three kilometers north of Afula, founded in 1922 on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the Balfour Declaration.
Adison and Suzi. together with their three children Thomas, Lavina and Hillary, are Sudanese refugees who live near the Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv and wish to one day go back home.
Danit and Danor Beker and their son Eyar live in Rehovot and have found their way of balancing family, career and happiness.
Meet the Dabushes, from Kibbutz Bror Hayil.
Meet the Bars, from Kibbutz Shoval.
Meet Moshe and Sharonit Koresh from Midrach Oz.
Meet Ya'arit Kana (32) and her daughter Avishag Ram (6) from Moshav Pa'amei Tashaz.
Meet Ella 'Elka' Yagoda, 93, from Tel Aviv.
Maya, Tevel, Hodaya, Orel, Adam, Chana and Gery of Kiryat Yam.
Hadar (37 ), Moshe (37 ), Mor (13 ), Shahar (11 ), Talia (6 ), of the religious moshav, Bnei Re'em.
Duah was born in the Christian-Arab village of Mi'ilya, she's Catholic, lights a votive candle every night, and her family is secular and musical.
1951: Herbert was a discharged soldier, an immigrant from Germany, poor and living with his sister in Kfar Monash; Rina was an immigrant from Iraq, looked after by Youth Aliyah and living on kibbutz; the wedding was two months after they met.