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
A file involving a down-and-out woman who was victimized by cult members was this week stamped "case closed" by Yad L'Achim's counter-missionary department
A missionary center in Arad that masqueraded as a chess club has shut down, following a long and difficult battle waged by Yad L'Achim and local residents against the center's organizers.
That innocent question, posed by a woman who had just moved to Be'er Sheva, set off a chain of events that led to Yad L'Achim's intervention
Through a wide range of Chanukah activities, Yad L'Achim brought light to survivors of Arab villages and of the missionaries
It appeared to a regular tallis being offered for sale to a group of tourists passing by a booth on Ben Yehudah Street in the heart of Jerusalem. What could be more innocent?
Thousands of teachers across Israel recently received missionary material in their home mailboxes, together with copies of the "New Testament." As a result, Yad L'Achim has been inundated with calls from teachers who are furious that their private property had been violated by such objectionable material
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"On Monday, Nov. 5, I'll be flying to Israel to preach to Holocaust survivors on Nov. 8, 9 and 10. All I want to do is communicate with them directly and bring them the truth about J. and how he can bless them and their children. These survivors want to hear about J. and he wants to meet with them."
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
Rimon, an internet provider in Israel that blocks objectionable content, has agreed to adjust its system to filter out missionary sites
It was a race against the clock. At stake was the fate of a Jewish mother, her baby son, born on Simchas Torah, and her one-year-old toddler.
She was born 48 years ago to a traditional Jewish family in Lod, a poor city near Tel Aviv where Jews and Arabs mix easily. Severe emotional distress led her to sever ties with her family and, at the age of 20, to make a hasty decision that condemned her to a life of severe abuse and unbearable suffering
More than half a million homes in northern Israel have received a CD in the mail containing a missionary messages delivered by a Jew who tells with pride how he came to recognize and believe in J., R"l
What's the official symbol of the Kfar Sava municipality doing on an invitation to a missionary event being held in Australia? That's the question many in Israel were asking recently, upon receiving the invitation bearing the symbols of the three organizing messianic churches and that of the Kfar Sava municipality.