Women from US, Australia, UK, Canada, South Africa, head to Israel to meet with their children serving in the IDF as 'lone soldiers'. -->
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Stacie Stufflebeam and her husband Todd have five sons. Four of them moved from Pittsburgh to Israel and joined the Israel Defense Forces.
For Dalia Khakshoor, pride in her soldier daughter and the figure she cuts in a crisp, desert sand-colored military uniform, collides uneasily with helplessness, and even fear.
“It was very well-organized in order to show you Israel and to let you have a deep understanding of why we need Israel and why the country was created.”
Celeste Tucker from Australia, is in #Israel on a birthright tour - but not your typical tour - she is here as part of a delegation of lone soldier mothers on a momentum journey that brings together mothers from the USA, Australia, Canada, South Africa and the UK - to visit and tour around Israel
A group of mothers from the organization “Momentum” shared a special moment with their sons and daughters who are currently serving voluntarily in the Israeli army.