Dikla Arava

Citizen

Murdered in the Gaza Envelope. Her son Tomer, 17, was kidnapped to Gaza along with her partner’s daughters, Dafna, 14, and Ella, 8. Her partner Noam Elyakim’s condition is still unknown. A terrorist posted a live video on her personal Facebook showing them as hostages. She leaves behind a family and children.

“I knew Dikla Arava for just a few hours. She was one of many wonderful people deciding to make a change in their lives and going into teaching and education after earning at least one academic degree,” a colleague says. “We met on orientation day; an impressive and beautiful woman entered the room. Her calmness and nobility won me over. There are students who make their way into your heart, and the relationship with them becomes deep and very special, even after they’ve graduated. Without really knowing her, I knew deep down that Dikla would be one of those: the one who would lead the group, connect people, offer a kind word, and even bake a cake.”

Funeral Date: 12/10/2023
Shloshim Date: 10/11/2023

Leave Condolences

One Response

  1. May her memory be a blessing. Dikla sounds so wonderful. Thinking of you all, from New York.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

We would welcome your support to help us care for these families who are grieving their beloved family members.
Your support will help with costs of shiva and with their key needs following shiva through the shloshim and beyond so they don’t have to be alone during this most painful period of their lives.

For donors in the United States, tax deductible contributions can be directed to the Impact Cubed for the Israel Grassroots Emergency Fund. 

Please designate “30 Project”.

100% of your contribution will be used directly to help those in need with no overhead or extra fees