Ofir Anidjar

Ofir Anidjar

"When I was introduced to Beit Halochem, despite my pain and invisible scars, lots of good things began to happen."

Yarin Ashkenasi before he was wounded

Yarin Ashkenasi

“Even though I’ve been injured four times, I still want to serve my country in any way that I can.”

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Adi Deutsch

“Don’t give up on your dreams—if you have faith, everything is possible.”

image: Achiya Klein

Achiya Klein

“When the disabled volunteers from Beit Halochem visited me in the hospital, they told me about this amazing place that will help me … and it sure did.”

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Dror Kendelstein

“I vaguely remember falling back, everything went blank. A bullet had penetrated through my forehead.”

Matan Berman with his dog

Matan Berman

“As we moved forward, the explosive devices and booby traps we had not detected blew up … one of these explosions changed my life forever.”

Dor Cohen

Dor Cohen

“Beit Halochem has given me so many choices to replace my passion for running, including hand-biking, tennis, swimming, basketball, sailing, kayaking, volleyball and numerous others.”

Dan Liani

Dan Liani

“Somewhere I always hoped and believed that a miracle would happen and I’d see again…”

Menny Guy

Menny Guy

“Beit Halochem gave me so much; it enabled me to learn a lot about myself. I was surrounded by people just like me, disabled and wounded … it is so important to be in such a warm and embracing environment, where I am understood.”

Dudi Saidof

Dudi Saidof

“People told me I shouted ‘Mom, I’m burning’. This wasn’t true — it just felt that way as the bomb blast had left me with a critical head and brain injury.”

Vladimir Tokarev

Vladimir Tokarev

“We went into Lebanon as kids and came out as men. The fact that I almost lost my life has made me love life all over again.”