The plan of 13 terrorists gets exposed by the mitzvah of Shmitah.
Brought to you by Keren Hashviis
In 5775, the last Shmitah year, nearly 3,500 farmers relied on Keren Hashviis to keep Shmitah. 333,790 dunam (each equaling a quarter of an acre) of land in Eretz Yisroel lay fallow, bringing immeasurable bracha to those who participated. Yet it was still less than a quarter of Jewish farming land in Eretz Yisroel. As the new Shmitah year approaches, the goal for Keren Hashviis is to support 680,000 dunam so that the majority of available agricultural land in Eretz Yisroel is lying fallow. The more funding each farmer receives, the more likely he is to make this year-long sacrifice. Now, during the sixth year, is when farmers decide. Your support determines how many farmers keep Shmitah. We need to reassure them that Klal Yisroel stands with them, that we salute — and support — their heroic mitzvah.
The farmers live with the hardship, and behind every farmer is a family he needs to support. By partnering with a farmer through your business, your family, your kehilla, or as an individual, you will share the abundant bracha promised: financial prosperity, kiyum ha’aretz, and the ultimate reward of Moshiach.