During Monday’s podcast, Shapiro showed graphic videos depicting the aftermath of the attacks. This included the torture of civilians, including women being raped, children being kidnapped, and the elderly being taken hostage, among other atrocities.
“Jew hatred exists because evil exists,” Shapiro said. “Because there are people who have, for literally all of human history, hated the Jews and sought to strike at them while they are weak, who have blamed the Jews for their own problems, who have crafted complex conspiracy theories about the supposed power of the Jews, who have sought to destroy, to murder, to mutilate, to rape the Jews from Pharaoh to Haman and from Hitler to Hamas.”
He went on to vow that this attempt to destroy the Jewish people would not succeed just as it never has in the past. After showing the true faces of the terrorists and their tactics, Shapiro told his listeners they could help support Israel in five concrete ways.
“I’m getting a lot of questions over the past 24 hours, what people can do,” the host said on his podcast. He explained that people need Kevlar and helmets in Israel and are short of basic supplies. Shapiro pointed to Friends of the IDF, a group that supports the Israel Defense Forces, as a resource for those needs at FIDF.org.
Next, Shapiro mentioned the Magen David Adom, which is the equivalent of the Red Cross In Israel. Contributions can be made at AFMDA.org.
The podcast host said, “They need armored ambulances because the Hamas terrorists, Islamic Jihad, all these terrorist groups, they shoot in ambulances because this is what they do. Again, the world’s most evil people.”
“You should check out IsraelRescue.org, which is United Hatzalah. Again, they are an emergency medical response service and help dedicate emergency medical response vehicles that can get places very, very quickly. They’ve got good emergency response time and they need your help,” he said.
Shapiro also mentioned the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews who he said “are doing good work as well.” Their website is IFCJ.org.
Finally, Shapiro directed listeners to the Ari Fuld Project “Ari Fuld was a Jew who was murdered for the crime of being a Jew. He was defending other people and he stopped a terrorist but died in the attempt. AriFuld.org is providing all sorts of resources to soldiers who are about to go in into battle,” he said.