I am not seeking for revenge, we need to rebuild – Avi Dabush

As time goes by, the numbers are still growing – So far, more than 1,400 people have died in the horrific Hamas massacre in Israel, and more than 200 people are still being held hostage under Hamas and Islamic Jihad. Almost 200 people are still considered missing (Neither dead nor hijacked. Status unknown).

Avi Dabush is a social activist and the CEO of Rabbis for Human Rights. He was also living in Kibbutz Nirim, one of the 11 Kibbutzim built as part of the 11 Points project to settle the area bordering Gaza / Egypt (1948 border).

On the Black Sabbath, Avi was sieged with his family in the shelter for 8 hours; his Kibbutz lost 5 community members who Hamas terrorists murdered.

Hear his story

This the story of the survivors. If you wish to help the Kibbutzim Nirim and Nir Oz who were attacked and suffered heavy losses in lives (Nir Oz lost more than 100 people out of a community of 400 people in total!) and property, here are a few links to donate and also a campaign to free our hijacked civilians with Posters you can download and hang:

Link to listen to podcast on Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/episode/3uRmkadZYBbHZRmG7Woq09?si=3KoIY8tQR1uviwolqLZPog&fbclid=IwAR2pGfYHNSgJh_ZQoxWNw5MGcBrY5xOLKNnoif7GA-lKnxozP3ZbsajfgI8&nd=1 

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