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2015-2016 Wave of Terror In Israel

2015-2016 Wave of Terror In Israel

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Yes, we can make a real difference!
Watching the recent terror attacks and the grave danger to our fellow Jews in Israel, everyone is asking what can be done. Presented are practical things we can all do to help. Yes, we can make a real difference!
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Why is it so easy for the destroyers to gather and wreak havoc, and so hard for Jews to gather to pray for the peace of Jerusalem?
A young mother shares what keeps her going, despite all the stabbings
I felt, G‑d forbid, like a sitting duck, waiting at a popular intersection for a bus that was taking forever to arrive.
Ever since I can remember, I have been a fearful person.
The latest attacks have hit close to home, literally and figuratively.
Careful? How can you be careful when you have crazy people running after you with knives?
Mayor calls for calm as attacks and riots persist around the nation
Young rabbi says the harrowing experience only strengthens their resolve
Historic Jewish religious site severely damaged in a middle-of-the-night attack
They took to the phones on Monday night to send a message from campuses all over
Alert bus driver helps her get treatment; follows attempted attack at Damascus Gate
Jerusalem and Ra’anana attacks mark deadly escalation of terrorist violence
New attack near city entrance on Monday night; prayers for the injured as violence continues
Recalling the Rebbe’s directive for a literal ‘call to arms’ in response to a week of terror attacks
Three terrorist stabbings by midday; massive tefillin campaign launched prior to Shabbat
Stabbings in Jerusalem, Kiryat Arba, Tel Aviv and Afula give rise to calls for Torah study and mitzvahs
Terrorist shot and killed by police; victims from Old City and Beitar Ilit
With four children in the car, Rabbi Eitam and Na’ama Henkin were shot while driving home from yeshivah event
The problem today—as it has been for 2,000 years—is galut, exile. The solution is redemption.
Amidst terror, they visit holy sites, discuss economic ties and meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu
1,100 students arriving in New York for Chabad on Campus Shabbaton
Accompanied by CTVP staff, they spend time with those wounded in recent attacks and their families
These moments captured the essence of our people--the faith, the hope and the unity.
Reflecting on the unique wedding of Chedva and Shmuel, I am comforted.