Israel365 Supporting Forgotten Terror Victims in Israel

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

As recent terror attacks shock the country, 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. 

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

Shmuel was shot in his leg by a terrorist, went through many surgeries and rehab, and now walks with a painful limp. He hasn’t been able to go back to work yet and is hurting financially. He and his wife recently had their first baby, so we bought and delivered a new stroller and baby clothing to help them. Shmuel and his wife deeply appreciated these gifts.

Rachel and her daughter Eden. Eden’s chest, arms, hands, and thighs were very badly burnt in a terror attack. She is constantly undergoing surgeries. Rachel, her single mother, can’t afford the rent on their run-down apartment. We helped her pay her overdue rent this month. Rachel thanks our donors from the bottom of her heart.

Moriah was stabbed a few times while walking her small children to school one morning in Jerusalem a few months ago. Since the incident, her children started stuttering, having nightmares, and more. We helped her financially since she can only work part-time, and needs assistance. Moriah thanks our donors very much for their kindness, support, and generosity.

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

Share the Post:

Your Impact Matters

Creating Hope Through Generous Giving

More Updates

A fallen hero and his family

It was the seventh night of Hanukkah – normally one of the most joyous days on the Jewish calendar – when a knock on the door brought news that changed Hadas Lowenstern’s life forever:

Read More

Dancing Through Life

Binyamin had a smile that lit up the room and a personality that brought joy to all who knew him. He was a happy young man who loved to dance. Though we are broken over his loss, we realized that the only way to properly honor him was to bring joy to others – and party like only Binyamin knew how! 

Read More


Get our emails about Israel and the Bible

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.