In honor of Israel’s 75th year, int’l charity hopes to raise funds to help terror-stricken children in Biblical heartland
The international charity Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund (SICF) provides these children with the lifesaving therapies they need to help them heal from their traumas.
The tour, which will be streamed virtually on Wednesday, July 19, at 11:00 AM (EST), is an interactive virtual visit to the world’s most infamous concentration camp.
The Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund will be hosting a booth offering Christian leaders a unique opportunity to connect with Israel.
As Israel looks ahead to Yom HaZikaron (Memorial Day) to mourn those lost in the Israeli Defense Force and terror attacks, there have been many new names added to those lost since the beginning of 2023.
For David Rubin, the attack bore a striking resemblance to the attack that almost took his life and the life of his son over twenty years ago. Rubin vowed to retaliate – not with hatred or anger, but with compassion – to create positive change for Israel and its children.
October was the month with the highest number of attacks – 401, not including rock throwing.
On Saturday morning, a group of five Jewish men were on their way to the Western Wall. They were wearing white shirts, as it is a custom for many to honor Shabbat, and they had just passed the entrance of the City of David, a major archaeological site located on the outskirts of the Old […]
For founder of Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund, terror attack on buses in Jerusalem brings back difficult memories
Terror survivor David Rubin was not surprised by the bombing attacks that targeted two Jerusalem bus stops on Wednesday. On the contrary, he described them as “inevitable.” “There have been so many shooting attacks that have gone unnoticed and under the media’s radar,” Rubin said. “A bus bombing is horrific but there is barely a […]
When the headlines of these devastating attacks become yesterday’s news, it is the victim’s families that are left picking up the pieces. Fortunately, this is when Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund (SICF) steps in to help.
This phenomenon is the type of terrorism that flies under the radar. But make no mistake – traffic terrorism is a near-daily occurrence in Israel, specifically Judea and Samaria.