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Supporting Forgotten Israeli Terror Victims in July
July 24, 2022

 

Terrorism is, unfortunately, a fact of life for millions of people in countries across the globe, but especially in the Land of Israel.

We must remember that terror survivors need our constant support.

Long-term assistance makes a huge difference to survivors of terror attacks. They live with trauma and often physical pain their whole lives. Their families also suffer terribly.

Meet some of the families of terror victims that your donations assisted in July:

Efrat’s husband was recently shot and killed in a terror attack in Samaria. She is now raising their six children alone and is battling to cope. Your donation in June helped Efrat make a Bar Mitzvah celebration for her now fatherless son. Efrat is exceptionally grateful for your kindness.

Tzadika has two disabled children with Dravet Syndrome, a very severe type of epilepsy. Most children with Dravet Syndrome do not live past the age of 10. Tragically, Tzadika’s father, who helped care for her children every day, was killed in a terror attack. Since losing her father, she has had massive financial challenges, but she tries her best. Your donation to her this month was enormously appreciated and has made a big difference in her life.

With more Israelis becoming victims of terror every week, please donate. Together, we can care for them for years to come.

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