Among a handful of dual-organ donors, New Jersey rabbi saves a man’s life
Forty years after the Iranian Revolution, recalling an unlikely and unheralded story
Yinon Cohen lost his feet, but not his determination
Elisha Cohen’s family was the victim of unimaginable terror under Saddam Hussein. But he survived to tell the world.
When little Mordy was born on Sivan 22, June 8, 2015, in instead of hearing the sound of a crying baby, hysteria was heard in the delivery room as the doctors struggled to gain access his airways, as he couldn’t catch his breath. A tube was placed down your throat, and he whisked away to the NICU. He was placed in an incubator with many tubes, wires and monitors
Reuven Bauman’s heroic rescue on a Virginia beach echoes his grandfather’s lifesaving deed 50 years earlier.
Muslim Paramedic Tells Guests at Jewish Wedding How He Saved Bride’s Life After Car Crash – Menachem Av 5779
A Muslim paramedic who is part of a response unit for United Hatzalah shared a story at a Jewish wedding about how he saved the bride’s life in 2009.
Noah Hertz was shot down during the Yom Kippur War in 1973. His agonizing eight-month imprisonment sparked his journey back to Judaism.
After their son’s death from leukemia, Chaim and Miri Ehrental created Zichron Menachem to provide essential support to Israeli families affected by cancer.