Survivor of Neve Tzuf massacre tells 1,000 women in Miami how Rescuers Without Borders helps terror victims in Judea and Samaria. The survivor of a
(Courtesy of Hatzalah) A spillover crowd filled the home of Andrew and Leah Harary of Englewood for a presentation by Michal Salomon, who saved her
Survivor of Neve Tzuf massacre addresses crowd at event for Rescuers Without Borders, which treats residents of Judea and Samaria. The New York home of
Michal Salomon put her year-old twins to bed upstairs at her in-laws’ home and came down to the living room to play with her three
Representatives of Rescuers Without Borders (RWB – (formerly Hatzalah Yehuda and Shomron), an Israeli organization that provides emergency response and first aid to the communities of
‘Every patient or resident that sees us says “Thank you Israel, you Israelis got here first.” It’s a great honor,’ says Fernand Cohen-Tannoudji, the head of the delegation from Israeli organization Rescuers Without Borders to the island of Saint Martin.
The Israeli humanitarian aid organization Rescuers Without Borders (Sauveteurs Sans Frontieres) has distributed over 1.5 tons of food and medical supplies to the residents of the hurricane struck Caribbean island of Saint Martin.
In 2014, our international counterpart, SSF, along with Israeli medical volunteers, established a medical aid and emergency relief station in Guadeloupe. We have been proud to have helping hands on the ground since 2014, but today, we see the dire importance of our Guadeloupe team.
Rescuers Without Borders handed out 10 emergency first-response medical kits for nurses in the Shomron. These kits were specifically designed for nurses to use in
Rescuers Without Borders is an Israeli volunteer organization, with a network of over 1,600 medics, paramedics, and doctors, who are committed to saving lives.