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Selflessly Helping Others Is The Best Remedy – A Responder Discusses Providing Psychological First Aid After The David’s Tomb Terror Attack

By Ariel Drei At 1:45 a.m. on Sunday morning, I was dispatched to provide psychological first aid to people suffering from severe emotional stress reactions to the terror attack that took place at David’s Tomb near the old city of … Continue reading

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The Night My Life Became Abnormal Dealing With The Aftermath of The Elad Terror Attack

By: Moshe Sa’adon   Sunday morning was relatively normal, after 3 incredibly busy days. The kind of days I have never experienced, and I hope that they will not happen ever again. I pray that this is so. It took … Continue reading

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United Hatzalah EMS Personnel Respond to Shooting and Stabbing Attack in Petach Tikvah

As printed by the Jewish Press: At least seven people were hurt Thursday afternoon in a terrorist attack at the open air market in Petach Tikvah. At least two people were treated for shock. At least two others sustained moderate … Continue reading

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