An elderly Jew noted the distress of a fellow patient and the Arab man who never left her bedside and called Yad L’Achim, which executed a rescue that ultimately led her to the chuppa
The security forces who rescued two Jewish girls from a Hebron-area village understood that this mission was different
Another Yad L'Achim success: Two Jewish girls were rescued Friday afternoon from the hands of their imprisoned-for-violence Arab father.
Yad L'Achim activists were overcome with joy this week as they celebrated the Bar Mitzva of a youth rescued from an arab village by the organization approximately six months ago.
A commando team sent by Yad L’Achim rescues a 6-year-old girl from the Palestinian Authority. But what about the hundreds of others in the same situation?
Hundreds of women and children rescued by Yad L'Achim over the past year will have the opportunity to share in a moving Pesach Seder
From the PA to South America – and from Islam to Judaism - in 24 Hours * Miraculous rescue
The boy who was raised as an Arab, and learned from his dying grandmother, a Holocaust survivor, that he was a Jew, took a major step in his return to Judaism
The daughter of a Hamas sheikh sees the hand of Hashem in her incredible journey from the Arab village to Yad L’Achim, where she works with Jewish girls involved with Arab men
It isn't just the Jews who are concerned about intermarriage with Arabs. A hard-hitting documentary on Jewish girls marrying Arab men that aired recently on Israel's Hot 3 TV station revealed that the Bedouin community also opposes intermarriage.
Hear Michal tell her personal story of abuse, rescue and redemption and see the surprise at the end of the video! Another Yad L'Achim success.
The picture attached to this article appears commonplace: It's a kitchen in a Jewish home somewhere in Israel being koshered, something that happens dozens of times a day. But the story behind this picture is breathtaking: H., 21, the tenant who lives in this apartment, was raised as Muhammed in an Arab neighborhood in northern Jerusalem.
Only a few of the guests knew the secret of the bride at this Monday's wedding in the center of Israel, including activists from Yad L'Achim.
A committee appointed by Diaspora Affairs Minister Naftali Bennet has determined that there are 60 million people around the world who have an affinity for Judaism and the state of Israel, and that there are communities among them that could be candidates for Judaism and Israeli citizenship.
A.'s eyes filled with tears when the minyan organized on his behalf early one morning last week at the Kosel broke out in a round of Siman Tov, u'Mazal Tov and pulled him into their circle of exuberant dancing.