Tag Archive for Tikkun Olam

IsraAID offers Kenyans with post trauma treatment after Christians murdered

IsraAID offers assistance after Islamic terror group separated the Muslim students from the non-Muslims then killed over 150 Christians while injuring an additional 79.



Following the horrific massacre by the radical Muslim terror group al-Shabab from Somalia which killed over 150 Christian students in Kenya, the Israeli relief group IsraAID is helping Kenyan government officials deal with the tragedy.


Relative of victim of Thursday’s terror attack in Kenya. – Photo: REUTERS

IsraAID is currently holding discussions with Kenyan government counterparts as well as with the local Kenyan Red Cross and UN officials in hopes of creating a grief and disaster management plan for the government, modeled off the Israeli plan. Continue Reading »

Gay Christian Palestinian: ‘Israel Saved My Life’

Learning that Israel is not the ‘cruel oppressor’, a young Arab man tells how he wouldn’t be alive today, if not for Israel’s “humanity and compassion.”

By Israel Today Staff


A young Palestinian man currently seeking asylum in Canada says that after converting to Christianity and coming out as a homosexual, he would never had made it if not for Israeli compassion.

John Calvin

Going today by the name John Calvin, the 24-year-old is the grandson of a top Hamas commander in the so-called “West Bank,” terrorist royalty, if you will.

Suffering regular domestic abuse from a young age, Calvin crossed illegally into Israel-proper a number of times.

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Israel’s Prime Objective: To Make the World a Better Place

Minister Bennett releases heartfelt, if quirky, address of ‘Tikkun Olam’ for Independence Day – bridging ancient heritage & modern marvels.

By Tova Dvorin


Economics Minister and Jewish Home (Bayit Yehudi) Chairman Naftali Bennett released a special video address in honor of Israel’s Independence Day on Monday, noting Israel’s synthesis between ancient heritage and modern miracle.

“Today we are celebrating Israel’s sixty-sixth birthday,” he stated, in a video posted on Facebook. “This is a young country, but our people is a very ancient one. We’ve been around for 3,800 years – you and I, our forefathers.”

Bennett illustrated this with a vivid – if unconventional – example. Continue Reading »