December 18, 2010, a British born Jewish Israeli woman and her Christian friend were doing something people do everyday; they were out for a hike in the hills around Jerusalem.
Then, two men kidnapped them, tied them up and butchered them, cutting them to ribbons in the afternoon sun.
Kristine Luken, an American Christian, was murdered that day on the mountain but her friend, Kay Wilson, found a way to survive.
She stabbed her assailant with a pen knife and while it didn’t stop the attack, her refusal to go quietly into death eventually sent her would-be killers to prison and solved the murder of yet another woman.
Wilson and Luken’s attackers were Fatah linked Palestinian terrorists. Wilson was attacked for being Jewish and Luken was a victim of mistaken religion.
After learning that relief dollars are being funnelled to sponsor terrorists like those who nearly killed her and did kill Luken, Wilson wants to change the way Western Nations send aid dollars to Palestinian agencies.
I met Kay Wilson in Tel Aviv where she shared her horrifying story of survival, determination and advocacy.