Yad L'Achim's efforts to save errant Jewish soldiers from falling into the hands of missionaries were recently crowned with success.
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
"Do you have a friend by the name of Yossi Mizrachi?"
That's how the conversation began between a Yad L'Achim social worker and R., a 21-year-old woman from a traditional Jewish home who works at a gas station in the Sharon region.
Hundreds of immigrants from the Former Soviet Union participated this week in a most unusual "mock Shabbos" event arranged for them by Yad L'Achim, in conjunction with an organization dedicated to helping Holocaust survivors
Yad L'Achim this week launched a special Russian-language edition of its journal, Searching, that is geared toward Jews who are confused about their spiritual identity and vulnerable to missionaries. The Russian-language edition comes in response to stepped up efforts by the missionaries to target Russian immigrants in Israel
Yad L'Achim holds an inspiring Shabbaton to prepare 200 women and children it rescued from Arab villages for the High Holydays
Volunteers who help Yad L'Achim rehabiliate survivors of Arab villages participated in a special evening that included inspiring words from the widow of Hagaon Harav Lifschitz, zt"l
The hostel that Yad L'Achim recently opened in Jerusalem to serve as a getaway for survivors of Arab villages is now being used to introduce these women, and their children, to the beauty of Shabbos
Harav Yechiel Abuchatzeira in Amuka on the 15th of Av!
For those who haven't yet merited to find their zivug (match), Amuka isn't just a place, it's an extraordinary opportunity to have their prayers answered, especially on the auspicious day of Tu B'Av.
Some 50 women rescued from Arab villages by Yad L'Achim in recent months were treated to an unforgettable experience this Sunday, Erev Rosh Chodesh Menachem Av. They were brought to the Kosel, the remnant of our holy Beis Hamikdash, where they had a chance to pour their hearts out in prayer.
this week! You are invited to vo view the moving, personal life story of `The daughter of a Hamas Sheikh, who is now working for Yad A`Achim helping Jewish women and children escape their captivity in Arab villages
In a bid to educate the public as to the enticements and dangers of the missionaries operating throughout Israel, Yad L'Achim has launched a major campaign billed, "As every child knows: Not everyone who gives you a gift has your best interest in mind."
With the opening of a new center for Jewish girls rescued from relationships with Arab men, Yad L'Achim has raised the bar in its pidyon shvuyim efforts
Shortly after missionaries began spreading out across the Rova Gimmel neighborhood in Ashdod and distributing their poisonous material in mailboxes, Yad L'Achim activists were summoned to the area
Yad L'Achim is being inundated with complaints from outraged Bnei Brak residents over missionary brochures that are appearing in their mailboxes. The brochures, titled "Forbidden – What the Rabbis Don't Want You to Know," incite against Rabbis and Gedolei Yisrael
Some 400 Holocaust survivors in Ashdod attended an inspirational gathering a few days before Pesach, organized by Yad L'Achim in conjunction with a non-profit organization that helps survivors
Yad L'Achim Holds Raffle for Mehudar Sefer Torah
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
Some 100 women and children rescued by Yad L'Achim from Arab villages in recent months spent an enchanting, inspiring Shabbos in Yad Binyamin this past week.
"I had a chilling experience today," writes a Yad L'Achim "big brother" in his weekly report. "During the chumash class I give twice a week to six-year-old P. [the son of V., who was rescued from a Bedouin encampment in the Negev two months ago], he suddenly told me that he wanted to show me something