You’ve Helped These Israeli Terror Victims


Meet the families of terror victims that Israel365’s generous donors have blessed:

The Gabbai family is in a very bad situation. Meir, the father of the family, was stabbed in the back by a terrorist in the Israeli city of Lod. He has been suffering from severe PTSD and is not functioning well. His wife Gil, who can’t work due to complications from eye cancer, is not coping financially or emotionally. They have five small children to support so their life is difficult. Donations gave them financial and emotional relief this month. Thank you!

Shulamit’s father Reuven was stabbed and killed at the Jaffa Gate of the Old City of Jerusalem. Her mother has not been coping well with raising Shulamit’s special needs sister. Shulamit needed to move out of the house into a rented room nearby but couldn’t afford to pay her rent this month. Donations helped her pay her rent. She’s extremely grateful.

Moriah’s father Rabbi Yaakov Litman and her brother Dvir (in the photo above) were both killed in the same terror attack outside of the Judean settlement of Otniel in 2015. Thank God, Moriah and her mother and siblings survived, but Moriah was traumatized from witnessing the attack. Moriah is desperate to pursue higher education here in Israel, but she and her family have no money to pay for it. Donations helped her pay for courses so she can go forward in life in a positive way. 

Thanks to all of our big-hearted donors for making this possible!

And if you’ve donated once to terror victims, do it again!

Become a monthly recurring donor through our Guardians of Israel program and bless terror victims and their families every month of the year!

Together, we can care for them for years to come.

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