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A Gift Box Company is Working to Combat Anti-Semitism

A Gift Box Company is Working to Combat Anti-semitism

An Israeli small business owner fears that hatred against Jews has reached pre-Holocaust levels in many parts of the world as his company continues to work on helping people connect with the land of Israel.

Itai Schimmel is the founder of Artza, a local subscription box that features local Israeli vendors and artisans, which he started during the COVID-19 pandemic to help small businesses in Israel and connect people to the history and biblical significance of the Holy Land.

In an interview with The Christian Post, Schimmel, who is currently stationed in southern Israel after he was called up for military duty following the Oct. 7 Hamas attack that left over 1,200 dead, said that he feels Artza’s mission connecting people to Israel is more relevant now than ever.

Keep reading this article on The Christian Post.

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