Tag Archives: Muslim

Ramadan Rescue Of Muslim Man In Jewish Town of Neriya

A Muslim construction worker in his 40s was working on a new construction site near the horse ranch in the town of Neriya in western Binyamin. During his work with a cement mixer, he was accidentally electrocuted, causing a power … Continue reading

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EMTs Save Life of Arab Boy With Chronic Heart Condition

In the northern Muslim town of Deir el-Asad, a two-year-old boy who suffers from a chronic heart condition known as VSD, suffered a complication and fell unconscious at his home on Monday morning. His worried mother called emergency services for … Continue reading

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An Unlikely Encounter with a Holocaust Survivor

  Namah Abohaikal is a 22-year-old volunteer EMT living in the Arab village of Ein Naqquba, located 15 kilometers west of Jerusalem. She is the only Arab woman in the Mevaseret Zion chapter and has been volunteering with United Hatzalah for … Continue reading

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“Our Common Goal Is Saving Lives”- Jewish and Muslim EMTs Leave Training Class To Save A Life

On Monday night at 9:30 p.m., four United Hatzalah volunteers were participating in an advanced EMT training class. Three of them were Jewish men, Alon Goldenberg, Yoni Butbul, and Israel Yaakov Avitan, and one, Sanaa Mahameed is a religious Muslim … Continue reading

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First Aid Training Center Opened By United Hatzalah in Kfar Qassem

Zim Urban Life Corporation, under the auspices of Rani Zim, assisted United Hatzalah to build its new regional training and activity center in the Zim Urban Life business center in Kfar Qassem. The corporation invested in the initiative in order … Continue reading

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An Early-Morning Rescue in East Jerusalem

This morning, (Sunday) just after 2:30 a.m., a 72-year-old man collapsed in his apartment in the A-Tur neighborhood of the Mount of Olives in east Jerusalem. The man’s wife saw what happened and was terrified. She quickly called emergency services … Continue reading

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When the Ambulance Is Too Far Away To Help

Last Thursday evening, a woman was in her home in Akko, preparing dinner in the kitchen when she suddenly collapsed and lost consciousness. Her alarmed husband screamed and thus alerted their neighbor who then called United Hatzalah’s Dispatch and Command … Continue reading

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Working Together To Save a Life

On Monday afternoon, a 28-year-old man collapsed for unknown reasons in his house on Yerushalayim Street in Afula. His worried mother called emergency services for help.    United Hatzalah volunteer EMTs Keren Ezouz and Imad Zoabi received the alert and … Continue reading

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Blinded By The Will To Help, Volunteer Rushes Into Muslim Quarter To Help Arab Woman

United Hatzalah volunteer Neorai Tzemach works as a security guard at the Jerusalem Central Bus Station. Whether on or off duty, Neorai is always ready with his medical skills to help a person in distress. However, there are occasions when … Continue reading

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Taking A Break From Coffee To Save A Life

Ebud Beker is a Muslim United Hatzalah volunteer EMT hailing from the Al-Bustan neighborhood in East Jerusalem. This past Friday, Ebud was enjoying a coffee with his two brothers at a local coffee shop when his emergency communications device began … Continue reading

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