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Lubotzky, a disabled IDF veteran of the Second Lebanon War in which he fought with the Golani Brigade, was permanently injured when hit by an antitank missile in 2006.
A rumor of a measles outbreak at the organization's clinic in Meron spread on Wednesday.
Conference to focus on disaster management and mass casualty evacuation events.
A look at United Hatzalah's '70 for 70' campaign.
By SARAH LEVI
Benefactors from all over the world have donated 70 ambucycles to United Hatzalah.
For a select few the Passover-night experience will be interrupted for the most important reason of all: saving a life.
By NOA AMOUYAL
“Kids dressing up as United Hatzalah volunteers is similar to kids in the United States dressing up as firefighters or police officers."
By PENINA HOROWITZ
For these veteran immigrants who volunteer at United Hatzalah, contributing to Israel is a way of life.
According to Haredi media reports, anyone who volunteers for Magen David Adom or United Hatzalah under the age of 30 will not be welcomed in Gur institutions and neither will their children.
By JEREMY SHARON
The all-volunteer first-aid and rescue organization United Hatzalah, which learned of the MDA problem, decided last week to increase its coverage of Judea and Samaria to prevent the loss of life.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Hanukka and its miracle of light - are behind us, but at United Hatzalah that spirit imbues the organization 24/7 and ensures that everyone – Jewish or not – can be helped in times of need.
In the early years of the state, Teva raised money on the newly established Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The Knesset staff's works committee participated in a life-saving course with the volunteers of United Hatzalah.
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