In the Face of Growing Antisemitism, Silence From Secular Philanthropy Is Unacceptable

From the Chronicle of Philanthropy (October 19, 2023)

Nearly two weeks since the Hamas massacre in Israel, we have begun to grasp the scale of the barbarity. The number of people I know — or in some tragic cases, knew — who were murdered or kidnapped has grown longer by the day.

One was an 80-year-old woman who was burned alive in her house. When the terrorists caught her hiding inside her bomb shelter, she was on a video call with her 82-year-old sister, who saw and heard everything. But apparently forcing the sister to watch live wasn’t enough, so the terrorists posted pictures of her dead body on her Facebook page for the world to see.

Read the full op-ed by Andrés Spokoiny in the Chronicle of Philanthropy.