Heartache and Hope: Supporting Israel’s Children in the Wake of October 7th

rabbi after oct 7th with children

In the aftermath of the heart-wrenching events of October 7th, hundreds of Israeli children are confronting a reality no child should ever face.

Many children, like the brave Abdush brothers, Gal and Naji z”l, have been left orphaned or are anxiously awaiting news of their parents’ fate after the Nova festival tragedy. These young souls are navigating unimaginable grief, thrust into a state of sorrow and uncertainty.

A Beacon of Comfort

During this profound time of mourning, Rabbi Grossman, founder of Migdal Ohr, has emerged as a pillar of support and comfort. His recent visits to the affected children have provided much-needed comfort and reassurance that they are not facing this crisis alone.

These children need our loving embrace now more than ever—to know they are not alone in their grief. Together, we can surround them with the love and support they need to face each new day.

As our community holds these children in our thoughts and hearts, we ask you to join us in prayer. Please keep these boys and all our children in your hearts. Join us in turning our collective heartache into a beacon of hope. 

 

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