Scores of children aged six to 16 from Israeli communities bordering the Gaza Strip are attending a summer camp run by the Jewish Agency's Fund for Victims of Terrorism where besides having fun, they’re also benefiting from therapeutic activity such as playback theater and petting animals. The Fund was set up to help victims of violence, including those who suffer from deep trauma and anxiety associated with frequent exposure to rocket fire from the Gaza Strip towards their communities and includes children from Jewish and Bedouin communities. Chairperson of the Jewish Agency’s Fund for Victims of Terror and former Knesset Member Ayelet Nahmias Verbin spoke to reporter Arieh O’Sullivan about the initiative.