Terror Victim Was On His Way To Learn Torah

[COMMUNICATED]  Three days after the brutal Elad terror attack that shocked a nation, details continue to come to light. One young father-of-5 who was tragically killed, Yonatan Chavakuk, reportedly died defending his 6-year-old son. According to witnesses, Chavakuk fought the terrorists heroically, allowing others to escape.

Another father killed was Boaz Gol, who also leaves behind 5 devastated children. According to Boaz’s family, he had been on his way to a Torah class.

In addition to the priceless presence of a father, the two men also provided their families with essential financial support.  An emergency fund  has been opened to help Chavakuk & Gol’s widows raise their children with security after this devastating loss.



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  1. In this article it says that the terrorists can strike.
    I thought that they already caught the terrorists in a forest near by, thanks to all the prayers of Am Yisroel, Police and the army.

  2. The “article” was obviously written before they were caught.

    BTW why are they raising money for only 2 of the 3 families who lost their fathers?

  3. I am not positive 100%, but I think because that third person, he drove those 2 arab workers from the fence to that area in Elad. He was not aware that they were going to kill people. They killed him first and then they went to the park.
    I am sure his family also needs and deserves money for survival.
    I think the families did not want to mix all the Tzedaka funds together.
    If you would like to give money for that third family, I think I saw another Chessed Fund organization collecting and they included the other family.
    Probably some people might want to give different amounts, so it is better maybe to do it seperately.
    All 3 families definitely need help.

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