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Dimona Survivors Return to Site of Attack

Dimona, Israel

Marking the end of the seven day shiva period for the victim of last week’s suicide attack in Dimona, survivors, residents and Dimona city officials participated with Chabad's Terror Victim's Program in a solidarity event at the site of the tragedy.

Working together with the Chabad Center in Dimona and Dimona’s municipality, CTV’s Director, Rabbi Menachem Kutner invited the survivors to inscribe a letter in the Torah scroll that is being written for and dedicated to all of Israel’s victims and survivors of terror.

“It is precisely here, at the site of evil murder, that we counter with the force of light and goodness,” said Rabbi Kutner.

To learn more about Chabad's Terror Victims Program, click here. 



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