The children's uncle issues a personal plea:
Two Jewish children, aged four and two, my sister's sons, are now in Hungary, caught up in a legal storm that will decide whether they are raised by their Jewish mother, and receive a Jewish education, ...
That missionaries have no limits to how low they'll stoop is nothing new to Yad L'Achim, which has been battling them for decades. But their latest, despicable ploy is stunning in its audacity, deceit and sacrilege
Yad L'Achim released a film clip Thursday as part of its efforts to prevent assimilation in Israel. The film, distributed in the social media, opens with a shot of a Shabbos table, with a haunting Shalom Aleichem being sung in the background – in ...
The missionaries continue with their deceitful ruses, only to be foiled by Yad L'Achim. On Sunday of chol hamo'ed Pesach, a cult in Jaffa held a "Pesach event" that claimed to resemble a seder. In advertising the event, it promised to serve only kosher food and gave no hint as to its missionary nature.
With the approach of Pesach, the holiday of our freedom, Yad L'Achim is holding a sefer Torah raffle whose proceeds will go to its life-saving efforts in rescuing Jewish women and children from Arab villages. This extraordinary sefer Torah, written especially for Yad L'Achim by a yarei Shamayim sofer, stands out in its beauty and hiddurim
A Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court has rejected a petition by missionaries asking that a school in Netanya be forced to honor a rental agreement with them and to pay them NIS 108,000 in damages and aggravation for breaking the agreement
The Knesset Law Committee recently held a meeting to discuss a scandalous amendment to the adoption bill. The amendment, initiated by a group of MKs headed by MK Kol of Yesh Atid, states that a Jewish child can be given over for adoption to a non-Jewish family
Yisrael Ben Lulu, a chareidi businessman, turned to Yad L'Achim recently with a strange request. Ben Lulu, who runs workshops for chareidim on how to succeed in business, suspected that two lecturers he'd booked for an upcoming seminar had a missionary agenda
They arrived at Yad Binyamin from all across Israel. Dozens of women and more than 100 children rescued from Arab villages over the past year had been picked up by Yad L'Achim's chartered buses and delivered to the spacious campus of the Tzvia girls' school for an unforgettable Shabbos experience
The Education Ministry has decided to postpone a program aimed at bringing together Jewish and Arab youths. The program, which enjoyed the full backing of the education minister and was allocated generous funding, required every Jewish student to participate in at least two meetings with Arab students during his 12 years in school.
The Tefillah for Shidduchim (Marriage) & All Yeshuos (Parnassah, Children, Health & All Personal Requests) in AMUKA & THE KOSEL ON THE DAY OF SEGULAH OF TU B’SHVAT H’Admor HaMekubal HaRav Yaakov Ades shlit”a
As part of her preparations for a meeting with a young woman who was about to convert to Islam, a Yad L'Achim activist sought to purchase a Koran translated into Hebrew. She wanted to show the young woman - who was just days away from appearing in the Sharia Court to convert - how the Koran relates to women and the contradictions in its teachings
Yad L'Achim has been inundated with calls from Jews expressing shock that brochures conveying clear missionary messages bear the official seal of the Jerusalem Municipality, giving the impression that they are sanctioned by City Hall. The calls came from Jews of all political and religious persuasions, left and right, religious and secular
The missionary assault in Israel's south has taken a dangerous turn for the worse as more than 100,000 Jews recently received SMS messages to their cell phones inviting them to order, free of change, materials promising "salvation" via their connection to J.
The missionaries are waging a massive shemad campaign throughout southern Israel. As part of the campaign, they are unfurling huge banners at busy intersections and distributing spiritually poisonous propaganda to passersby