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Urgent Appeal to Replant Tzviki''s Vineyards 

Urgent appeal for Tzviki Struk, a farmer in the Benjamin Region

On the night of July 4th, 2017, Arab terrorists crept into Tzviki's vineyard and destroyed grapes vines across 4 acres of his land, (approximately 2,000 plants). Now is the time to work together and donate to help Tzviki Struk replant and rebuild his life.
Tzviki is a farmer in the Shilo Valley, who has been growing grapes for wine production, for the past 15 years. He is a dedicated pioneer of authentic Jewish agriculture in the Benjamin region, the heartland of the Biblical Land of Israel. 
In the middle of the night, 2 terrorists snuck onto his property and totally destroyed 4 acres of his vineyards. 
This is a huge financial loss for him, causing damages of hundreds of thousands of shekels. Thank G-d, there was no loss of life in this incident, but this is another type of terror which Israel’s enemies use against her people: ECONOMIC TERROR. The results of economic terror are devastating. 
We need to all work together to help Tzviki replant and revive the Shilo Valley. Please Help

Thank you to the Temple Institute for participating in this campaign.

To mail a check:

The Binyamin Fund
11 Baker Lane
Suffern, NY 10901


Or Bank Transfer:

Binyamin Fund,
account: 9869826967
Bank Routing: 022000046 M&T Bank,
66 Route 59,
Monsey, NY

All contributions are 501(c) 3 charitable donations

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