“COMFORT, COMFORT MY PEOPLE ISRAEL” (Isaiah 40:1)
Help provide comfort and financial assistance to the family of Esther Horgan.
100% will be immediately transferred to her grieving family.
Esther Horgan, a 52-year-old mother of six from Tel Menashe in Samaria, was killed by terrorists while she was jogging in the middle of the day on Sunday, December 20th.
Esther left behind a husband and six orphans – two girls and four boys. Her youngest is 13-years old and celebrated his bar mitzvah only 3 months ago.
The Bible instructs us to “Comfort, comfort My people O’ Israel” and now is our chance to provide comfort and financial assistance to the family of Esther Horgan. 100% will be immediately transferred to Esther’s grieving family, so please give generously.
Esther Horgan moved from France to live in Israel
Esther Horgan was married and a mother of 6
Esther was murdered this past sunday
Arutz Sheva: Mother of six murdered in Samaria
Israel365 news: Mother of six murdered in Samaria
a personal appeal from rabbi tuly weisz
Esther Horgan, a 52-year-old mother of six was killed by terrorists in broad daylight, while out on a jog yesterday afternoon. After a frantic search, her body was discovered this morning, only a few minutes away from her home in Tal Menashe, Israel.
Esther leaves behind her husband Benjamin, two daughters and four sons, one of whom just recently celebrated his Bar Mitzvah. The pain of suddenly being left without a mother and wife is impossible to comprehend. Their whole world has been shattered.
The Bible instructs us to “Comfort, comfort My people O Israel” and now is our chance to provide comfort and financial assistance to the family of Esther Horgan. 100% will be immediately transferred to Esther’s grieving family, so please click here and give generously.
Esther moved to Israel from France, she made “Aliyah” to live in the Jewish homeland. The town of Tal Menashe (“the dew of Menasseh” in Hebrew) is in Samaria, the biblical portion of Menasseh, and Esther gave her life paying the ultimate price for her devotion to the Land of Israel.
We must stand strong in the face of terror and send a message to the cowards behind this attack that they will not break us. The Jewish People are here to stay.
Thank you for your consideration, and for showing the People of Israel, and the Horgan family, your love and support.
With tears from Jerusalem,
Rabbi Tuly Weisz