October 23, 2015 By The FellowshipAs Moshe waited at the bus stop in Jerusalem on October 13, 2015, he saw a speeding vehicle approaching. Unfortunately, the driver was a terrorist who intended to run over the people standing at the bus stop, including Moshe.Moshe was hit by the car, but managed to run away before the terrorist exited the driver’s seat. Others weren’t so lucky and were stabbed by the violent attacker.Now, Moshe suffers from multiple wounds on his arms and legs. He was hospitalized for a few days, but he’s been discharged and will need outpatient treatments.Moshe will recover, but his family is now left to pay unexpected hospital costs. Normally, he would have had to pay these costs without any help, but, thankfully, The Fellowship continues to distribute $1,000 grants to the victims and their families. Ruth Habshush, a Fellowship volunteer, visited Moshe’s family to deliver a check for $1,000.Moshe and his wife are very grateful for the gift: "I want to thank Rabbi Eckstein and the donors for this generous gift. I already see the expenses that I'll have as a result of the attack. Just as important as the money, I'm grateful that there are people around the world who care about what's happening in Israel and want to help."As the terror continues, The Fellowship will keep providing comfort, aid, and support to all the victims of terror.