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We are a voluntary initiative dedicated to driving global companies to publicly condemn the Oct-7 Hamas terror attack against Israel, and ensure the safety of their Jewish and Israeli employees

On October 7th, 2023

the deadliest terror attack executed
against civilians





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200+ C-level executives signed

CEO & Founder, Verbit

CEO, Walkme

CEO, Meetup

Co-Founder & CEO, Empathy

CEO, Dentsu IL

CEO, ActiveFence

CEO, Optibus

General Manager Israel, Cybereason

CEO & Founder, OpenWeb

CIO, Strauss group

CEO, Venn

CEO, Hyro

CEO, DoControl

CEO, Daisy

CEO, Sunbit

CEO, Cyera

CEO, HiBob

CEO, Dorin Frankfurt ltd.


CEO & Cofounder, Riskified

CEO, Cyera

CEO, Optimove

CEO, Stratasys

CEO, Shlomo Innovation

President, Global Intigrater renewable Solutions, LLC

CEO, Tentamus Group GmbH

CEO, Curacao

CEO, Yael Group

Founder, Tinder

CEO, Yotpo

CEO, Lemonade

CEO, matrix

CEO, Zencity

CEO, Brown Harris Stevens

CEO, Beauty Express

CEO, B a venture Group Inc.

CEO, Pery

CEO, Dundee Investments Ltd.

CEO, Hawk Aviation LA Llc

CEO, AnyClip

CEO, Bright Data

CEO, Halcyon Gallery

* Please be aware that the list is based on submissions through an open form on our website, and its inclusion is contingent upon the accuracy of the details provided by the signer.

The largest loss of Jewish lives in
a single day since the Holocaust

This comes during a rise in antisemitism worldwide. According to the Anti-Defamation League, following the terror attack, there has been a 388% increase in anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S compared to the same period a year ago. Unfortunately, this war is not over, as Hamas continues its atrocities, and it appears that the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah is attempting similar actions against civilians in the north of Israel.


Shiri Bibas, with her two children, Ariel (age 4) and Kfir (9 m) abducted into Gaza.

Silence can be misinterpreted as indifference, or worse - complicity.

What followed the attack was astonishing: numerous global companies remained silent, refraining from condemning this horrifying act of terror against innocent civilians. These are the same companies that were previously vocal in their condemnation of various terror attacks, war crimes, and other instances of violent disregard of human life, issuing strong official statements and donating millions of dollars to aid local communities.

Public condemnation of terrorism is not 
just a matter of principle; it's a vital aspect of standing with these stakeholders and ensuring a mutually beneficial and enduring relationship.

At the 'When Silence Speaks Volumes' initiative, we firmly believe that companies must uphold ethical values and remain impartial in their responses to acts of terror against civilians. Israelis and Jews often hold pivotal positions within these companies, serving as C-level executives, employees, founders, investors, and, crucially, as customers. The global Jewish and Israeli community expects companies to publicly condemn acts of terror against civilians, recognizing that silence can be misinterpreted as indifference, or worse - complicity, speaking volumes.


On the left: Noa Argamani, who’s been abducted from the peace rave into Gaza. On the right: Noa’s Father.

condemn the hamas terror attack now

The 'When Silence Speaks Volumes' initiative collaborates with Jewish organizations and global business leaders. Together, we ask you to join chief executive officers of major global companies to condemn acts of terrorism publicly, allocate resources to support Israeli civilians, and offer dedicated outreach to assure Israeli and Jewish employees of their unwavering support.



Issue a statement from your company that unequivocally condemns the terrorist activities of Hamas and its supporters targeting the Israeli people and clarifies your institution’s values and expectations of employees in terms of speech and conduct.


Ensure that your employees know exactly how and to whom they may report hate and/or bias incidents, including criminal activity. 


Provide training to staff receiving these complaints on how to identify Israeli nationality and antisemitic discrimination and harassment, utilizing the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of antisemitism.

EMPLOYEE, Has your company yet to address the Hamas terror attack against Israel on October 7th? 


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“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”

Martin Luther King Jr.

In memory of Captain (res.) Sagi Golan z”l, 

who saved dozens men ,women and children, before he was killed in Kibbutz Be'eri

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