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Bride and Groom Respond To Vehicular Accident Hours Before Their Wedding

On Monday afternoon September 20th, a Muslim bride, Nour Abu Asi, and her groom, Mohamed Byadsi, were driving back from taking pre-wedding photos outside of their hometown of Jatt, an Arab-Israeli town located in the triangle region of Israel when … Continue reading

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Mother, Daughter, and Guest, Leave Mimouna Celebration To Save A Life

 On Sunday morning, just after 12:45 a.m., a 35-year-old mother of two collapsed during the traditional Mimouna celebration. The unfortunate woman had suffered a heart attack and fell unconscious in front of her family and friends.  Nearby, United Hatzalah volunteers … Continue reading

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The Near-Death Experience That Changed My Life

Six years ago Amnon Ben-Yair had a life-altering experience. Amnon nearly died after suffering a cardiac arrest. He was so inspired by the first responders who had arrived so quickly and saved his life that he was determined to do … Continue reading

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On Jewish Holiday of Love EMS Couples Reflect On Saving Lives Together

Tu b’Av is the Jewish holiday of love and what better way to celebrate your connection with another person then by saving lives together. Among the 3,500 volunteers of Israel’s national EMS volunteer organization United Hatzalah are more than a … Continue reading

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