“Amitz” is a non-profit organization which coordinates and trains early response teams from Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria, in addition to providing the maximum amount of security and emergency medical gear needed to protect the wellbeing of the residents there. Rescue and Security teams are legally responsible for the security and safety of the families that they protect, as an initial response to Arab terror attacks, and are expected to fulfill these duties in the most trying circumstances. However, due to budgetary constrictions, limited training, and the level of equipment they are issued, their abilities are severely hindered, unnecessarily jeopardizing Jewish lives in dangerous situations. It is the mission of Amitz to provide the much needed life-saving tools and instruction lacking in these communities, too often under fire by terrorists bent on the murder of Jews.
The burned-out house of the Shabo family in Itamar where mother Rachel and three of her children where brutally killed.
The public bus to Emanuel where 12 civilian, mostly children, were cruelly murdered, and another 30 injured, by Arab terrorists.