An evening with Yad L'Achim featuring Aliza, a woman rescued from a hostile village. Come see Aliza in person as she tells her moving life story.
The winners of Yad L'Achim's eighth annual sefer Torah raffle, held last Thursday, the third of Sivan, were Ariel and Oranit Sadeh of Petach Tikvah.
Some 100 survivors who were rescued by Yad L'Achim from Arab villages in the past year participated last Tuesday, the first night of Chanukah, in a candle-lighting ceremony and Chanukah party in Bnei Brak.
Dozens of children who were rescued from Arab villages just completed summer camps run by Yad L'Achim, as part of its policy of keeping in touch with these children and their mothers even after they've been brought to safety in Israel.
M., the Bar Mitzvah boy who stood at the Kosel last Thursday wrapped in tallis and tefillin, spent 12 of his 13 years in an Arab village. In fact, until a year ago, he had no idea he was Jewish. Neither did his brother, two years his junior.
Some 70 women and children rescued by Yad L'Achim from Arab villages in daring operations participated last week in a Shabbaton whose theme was "the goal is within reach."
Some 70 Jewish women who were rescued from hostile villages by Yad L'Achim together with 120 of their children, celebrated Chanukah together this past weekend, in an especially joyous gathering organized by Yad L'Achim.
Yad L'Achim, which provides for the needs of hundreds of survivors of Arab villages and their children, has completed its preparations for the winter months. Hundreds of coupons for the purchase of warm clothes are being distributed this week to families, in addition to heaters and other aids.
As part of a special field trip conducted for dozens of Yad L'Achim survivors – Jewish women rescued from Arab villages – a visit was held at the Kever Rachel compound, in honor of the anniversary of the Matriarch's death, being marked these days.
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Come to a special event and hear firsthand about Yad L'Achim's rescues of women and children trapped in villages & the counter-missionary activities of Yad L'Achim. Meet A. Schiff, a former member of a missionary cult, and hear his interesting and personal.
Dozens of survivors who, with Yad L'Achim's help, have left missionary cults and are returning to traditional Judaism, gathered last Wednesday for a special evening of Torah study.
On the yahrtzeit of the kidnapping and murder of the three Israeli youths - Gilad Sha'er, Naftali Frenkel and Eyal Yifrach, Hy"d - dozens of students of Makor Chaim, the yeshivah where two of the boys learned, paid a visit to the headquarters of Yad L'Achim in Bnei Brak last week to learn up close of the organization's Pidyon Shvuyim (redemption of captives) operations
Come to a special event for women only as Aliza, coming all the way from Eretz Yisrael, makes her 1st public appearance in Canada.
Aliza whispered to Yad L'Achim on the phone: "Come rescue me now from the village!... My husband is coming - HELP!!!"
Come hear Aliza tell her touching personal life story and the details of her dramatic rescue by Yad L'Achim.
You are invited to meet Aliza in person as she tells her dramatic story.
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Just three weeks after Yad L'Achim invited potential immigrants from France to contact it for assistance in making a successful Aliyah to Israel, the organization's French department has been inundated with calls.
Yad L'Achim's department of spiritual absorption is gearing up to provide assistance to the wave of French immigrants that is expected to reach Israel in light of the surge of anti-Semitic violence in France. As part of this effort, ads in Hebrew and French have been placed in newspapers and on billboards in France and in communities in Israel with large French populations.
It was an unforgettable evening of camaraderie, support and inspiration. Some 100 women rescued by Yad L'Achim from Arab villages gathered together in Tzefas for a special dinner held in their honor.
They arrived at the spacious campus of the Tzviya girls' school in Yad Binyamin from all around the country. Dozens of women, and their children, rescued recently from Arab villages were bused in by the organization for an extraordinary Shabbos experience.
JOIN THE HISTORIC TEFILLAH ON EREV SHAVUOS BY THE BAAL SHEM TOV [FOR SHIDDUCHIM, PARNASSAH, SHALOM BAYIS, CHILDREN & ALL YESHUOS] AND A SPECIAL TEFILLAH BY RAV YECHIEL ABUCHATZEIRA – MERIT THE SPECIAL SEGULAH OF REB CHAIM PALAGI ZT”L
Many hundreds of three-year-old boys were at Meron on Sunday to get their chalakah, or first haircut. But none was as extraordinary as that of David, whose locks were shorn with his sobbing mother standing nearby.