THE niece of terrorist victim Yoni Jesner has been in Israel with JNF.
Chloe Jesner, 13, spent time in Tel Aviv, where Glaswegian Yoni died in a terrorist attack on a bus in 2002.
Chloe was part of a group of 100 British youngsters touring the country for three weeks.
The tour exposes participants to projects such as a peace centre, where Jewish and Arab children with disabilities receive treatment thanks to the support of world Jewry.
“The programme helped me connect to Israel and better deal with the way Israel is presented in Britain,” Chloe said.