Israel and Israelis are in a grave situation. The terrorism has reached heights unseen since the early days of Israel's creation. Daily activities like pizza outings and commuting to school or work have become mortal dangers for civilians - children, teachers, doctors. Many have lost their lives in such activities. At the same time the media often projects a distorted picture, blaming the victims. We cannot stand idly by the blood of our brothers and sisters.

We plan to use this site to coordinate our activities, which will focus on humanitarian help to Israelis, and to correcting inaccuracies and distortions found in the media.. Among our activities, we distribute information about the situation in Israel and ways in which individuals and communities can get involved and can help.

If you'd like to help (we all do this work on our own time stolen from our families, after a full day of work) by contributing your time, skills or money to cover our operational costs, please contact us at More details about us are available at the Who/What/Why page.

Boycott Alert from U.S. Department of Commerce:
U.S. companies continue to report receiving requests to engage in activities that further or support the boycott of Israel. U.S. companies
may receive similar requests in the future. Compliance with such requests may be prohibited by the Export Administration Regulations and reportable to the Department.ave questions, please call (202) 482-2381 and ask for the Duty Officer or you may contact the Office of Antiboycott Compliance by email.

Please, be aware: Agreements to furnish or actual furnishing of information about business relationships with or in Israel or with blacklisted companies is prohibited by U.S. Antiboycott Law

Rally in support of Israel, co-sponsored by BIAC
(Boston, 03/21/02)

The picture is taken by Alex Malkin