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[VIDEO]: Update From the Holy Land

Blog Team
Oct 19, 2023

 

Naomi woke one morning at 6 a.m. to the sounds of her windows shattering.

At first, she was confused because the missile sirens had not gone off to warn people of danger … but it didn’t take Naomi long to realize the Holy Land was under attack. Quickly, she and her youngest son fled to a bomb shelter.

Naomi is one of countless people whose life was changed when the Holy Land came under attack. Innocent civilians like her are caught in the crossfire and struggling to survive without access to food, water, and more. People are terrified … and they have no idea what’s coming next.

Watch this video for an update on what life is like in the Holy Land:

It was in this bomb shelter that a small World Help team visiting our partners on the ground met Naomi.

Naomi — whose name has been changed to protect her identity — is no stranger to hardship.

Her parents disowned her because of her faith in Jesus Christ. And for the past 15 years, Naomi has lived in a constant state of uncertainty because of the longstanding conflict within the Holy Land.

But this time, it feels a little different.

As the killing continues, people are also being kidnapped by Hamas soldiers and taken into the Gaza Strip — causing fear to run rampant.

In the face of the unknown, Naomi is working hard to meet the needs of other people who are either displaced or sheltering in place because of the war. Naomi has been working 12-15 hours a day since the start of the war, helping people find food, water, medicine, and other basic necessities.

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As the war escalates, people in the Holy Land live in constant fear of attack

But as Naomi tries to help others, she worries she won’t be able to provide for her own children.

It’s too dangerous to leave the bomb shelter most days. When she can, the markets are either closed or the shelves are empty.

Now, Naomi has a new fear. Even if she and her son are protected from missile strikes, she worries they will starve to death before the end of the war.

Will you step in today to provide someone like Naomi with emergency aid for their family?

For just $50, you can provide one family survival kit to people impacted by the war in the Holy Land — which includes essentials like medical supplies, blankets, a flashlight, and enough food and water for around two weeks.

The need is urgent, and there may only be a limited time to get supplies to those affected by the war.

So please don’t wait. Give your best gift TODAY to provide help and hope to someone like Naomi.

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