Sarit Kurtzman lived with her husband and 14-month-old daughter on Kibbutz Alumim, just four kilometers from the Gaza border. While they’re used to the sounds of rockets, planes, and tanks, the sounds they heard on October 7th were unlike anything they’d heard before.
For 26 hours, they hid in their safe room as terrorists infiltrated their Kibbutz and wreaked havoc on all that they knew. Sarit tells her brave and miraculous story of survival with tremendous strength and faith.
Avida Bachar managed to survive the massacre in Be’eri with his daughter, but lost his wife and son.
In a heart-wrenching interview from the hospital, Bachar spoke about survival and loss, “The terrorists saw my wife moving and shot her. I told my daughter – “Mommy doesn’t hurt anymore, Carmel is now in a better place.”
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Today, House Republicans met with the families of Israeli hostages taken by Hamas.
As our cherished friend and ally Israel fights for its survival against the Iran-backed terrorists of Hamas, we will continue to stand up for human dignity and offer moral clarity.
This must be… pic.twitter.com/MxiRwKxOaQ
— Speaker Mike Johnson (@SpeakerJohnson) November 7, 2023
Now in Mashhad #Iran, near Felestin Subway Station.
Brave Iranians are setting pro-hamas billboards that were installed by the Islamic Republic on fire. Despite Mashhad being labeled as the holy, and a more supportive city of the Islamic regime – still #IraniansStandWithIsrael pic.twitter.com/pSE901s7tP
— Emily (@emilyshar1) November 6, 2023
Israel’s Saturday Night Live equivalent ran a segment mocking woke antisemitic university students and it’s one of the best things I’ve ever seen
— Josh Feldman ג'וש פלדמן (@joshrfeldman) November 5, 2023
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