Professor Hagai Levin, head of the medical department at the abductees families’ headquarters, spoke at a joint press conference about the health of the captives. “Among the abductees are babies, children, women, elderly men, the sick, the injured, the disabled and those with special needs. Where are they? Who takes care of them? These are people in urgent need. They can die without medical treatment. There is an immediate threat to their lives. Everyone needs medical treatment, sunlight, vitamins, food, and more. They need their doctors. The captives cannot speak, so we must make their voices heard.”
It’s one month later, and I am only now slowly reentering the world, faking my way through social interactions, after being essentially non-functional for the better part of that month. And I am doing so as someone who will never be able to see that world in the same way again.
Do antisemites realize that they are just creating a new holiday for the Jewish people? Do antisemites understand that most of the Jewish holidays are about evil people trying to kill them, they overcome and win, and then they have a special feast filled with empty carbs? After I stopped laughing at the truth of what he said, I began thinking.
241 confirmed kidnapped. 5 hostages freed. 1,400+ Israelis murdered. 345 fallen soldiers. 5,431 injured. 8,500+ rockets fired at Israel. 500,000+ Israelis displaced from their homes. 1 Jewish nation united in prayer, charity, and good deeds. *Hostage & Injured Updates:* Gal Hirsch, Head of the Abductees and Missing Persons, met with the families of the captives…