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This is the question Yahav Hadar, just seven years old, asked his parents during the terrorist attack on Kibbutz Kfar Aza.
As the sounds of gunfire and explosions filled the air, parents Tal and Roy Hadar sought refuge in their bomb shelter with their three children - eldest son Yahav, four year old toddler Reef, and infant Libi, born just two months before. For ten long, excruciating hours, the Hadar family sheltered in place as father Roy blocked HAMAS terrorists from breaking down the door while mother Tal soother her traumatized and starving children. Unable to enter into the shelter, the terrorists set their newly constructed home on fire, in hopes of burning alive the five innocent Jews locked inside.
After enduring agonizing hours of sweltering heat, and as the lethal smoke fumes from the fiery blaze began to seep into their shelter, parents Tal and Roy made an unthinkable but courageous, split-second decision to attempt a dangerous and daring escape by crawling out the window and racing barefoot through the site of an heinous and unspeakable massacre which was - just hours before - a serene and sleepy Shabbat morning in the quiet desert plains of Israel’s southern region. Miraculously, the Hadar family discovered a car, allowing them to expedite their journey and relocate to relative safety.
While the Hadar family is thankfully all alive, they have lost everything… their new home, kind neighbors, beloved community, and any semblance of the secure life they had carefully crafted and fearlessly forged as a loving - and much loved - family of five, living peacefully and purposefully as Israeli citizens of the Jewish state.
And now they need our help.
Together we CAN inspire hope and allow the Hadar Family to heal.
Together we CAN restore their honor and defy the harrowing hate they endured.
Together we CAN make a difference, in the life of this one family, right now.
And in so doing, together, we WILL ensure a brighter future...
...not only for Tal and Roy, but for the next generation of Jews that Yadav, Reef and Libi will now live to be a part of.
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