Home Daily Brief How I survived a Palestinian Suicide Bombing on a Jerusalem Bus & The Lessons for Other Terrorist Victims: A Fireside Chat with Sarri Singer

How I survived a Palestinian Suicide Bombing on a Jerusalem Bus & The Lessons for Other Terrorist Victims: A Fireside Chat with Sarri Singer

by Robert Walker

On June 11, 2003, Sarri Singer was heading to a restaurant in Jerusalem to meet friends for dinner. In her 20s, she was an American volunteering in Israel. But while taking the bus to the restaurant, a Palestinian suicide bomber exploded his vest, killing himself and 17 other innocent civilians. Sarri was injured, but she survived. Tragically, all those around her on the bus did not survive.

After her recovery, Sarri turned her experience into an opportunity to help other victims of terrorism and founded Strength to Strength, an organization dedicated to assisting survivors of terrorism, who are often overlooked.

In this week’s episode of The Honest Report podcast, we sit down with Sarri to discuss her experience as a victim of a suicide bombing, and how lives continue to be impacted by senseless terrorism.

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