See the compilation video of Israel’s rescue efforts in various natural disasters around the world.
Brazil’s newly-inaugurated President Jair Bolsonaro learned that being a friend of Zion has its benefits as Israeli Prime Minister promised to send a team to help with a tragic dam collapse that killed at least 40.
The exercise concluded with a meal, after which the Israeli and Palestinian teams applauded the joint effort and expressed their desire to conduct similar exercises in the future.
Israel assisted in the evacuation of 15 wild animals from a dilapidated zoo in southern Gaza which has been called the “world’s worst”, rescuing the wildlife for better lives in zoos and sanctuaries elsewhere.
United Hatzalah’s work is a true fulfillment of the Talmudic dictate, “Whoever saves a life, it is considered as if he saved an entire world.”
As Deaths in Israel Skyrocket From Wave of Terror, ZAKA Search and Rescue Ambulances Urgently Needed
There are presently only two ZAKA ambulances which cover the entire Jerusalem and Gush Etzion regions, not nearly enough to cope with the wave of terror.
With Thousands of Volunteers Worldwide, Israeli Organization ZAKA is the Top International Search-and-Rescue Team
Whether seeking to save lives or searching for and collecting the dead, ZAKA’s teams must keep its mottos in the forefront of their minds.
See the U.S. and Israel working together as their forces hold a joint emergency rescue drill.
In a cross military, nation and border cooperation, a Palestinian boy was rescued from the Jericho area and transferred to “Hadassah” Medical Center. The IDF reacts immediately to save lives no matter who they are and where they are found.
Withhold not good from him to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thy hand to do it. (Proverbs 3:27) The Israeli charity organization IsraAID plans to send a team to the Philippines later this week to help treat the thousands of victims affected by destructive Typhoon Haiyan, according to The […]