Ron Gutman has jumped into the fray again.
When Russian attacked Ukraine, he flew to Kyiv to see how he could help. After the savage Hamas terror attacks in Israel, he jumped on a plane again, and made his way to the site of the Supernova Music Festival, where terrorists murdered 260 people.
“It’s really hard to imagine what happened here, young people came to a festival,” Gutman’s voice trails off as he’s standing amid dozens of burned out cars.
Gutman went there, to feel it first-hand.
“It’s been very difficult, it’s been almost unbelievable,” he said. “Isn’t there a better way to deal with conflict than murdering other people? Like, there must be a better way.”
Gutman owns a healthcare delivery company called Intrivo and runs a charitable foundation called OnGoForGood. He went to Israel to talk to victims, to people like Gil Hazut.
“We paid enough, the price is very high, we lost half of my family,” Hazut tells Gutman, tears rolling down his face.