An Arab terrorist stabbed two Jews at the Rami Levy Supermarket in Mishor Adumim, a short drive outside of Jerusalem. For one of UWI's very own staff members, this attack really hits home.

An Arab terrorist rammed his car into pedestrians in Jerusalem Wednesday morning, wounding eight Israelis; three were critically wounded. Initial reports indicate that after mowing down passengers waiting at a train station, the terrorist continued driving while hitting cars along the way. At some point he hit a car and was unable to continue driving.... Read more »

An Orthodox Jewish volunteer of the Emergency Medical Service organization, United Hatzalah, seen near an ambulance in Jerusalem.

With a surge in terror attacks like the Jerusalem Light Rail murders and the attempted assassination of Rabbi Glick, emergency medical response time could be the difference between life and death. The response team must respond quickly and with the appropriate equipment.