The joint effort to recognize Bein is part of a long history collaborative projects between the B'nai B'rith and JNF.
Gvanim’s uniqueness is that each person has a plan developed specifically to meet his/her specific needs.
On Saturday, a protest titled "Murder in the Streets: Justice for Iyad al-Hallak" is scheduled to start in Jerusalem at 8:30 p.m., while another is scheduled to start in Jaffa at 7:30 p.m.
Following the incident, the gates to the Old City were closed by Jerusalem police, in fear of protests. The Temple Mount is scheduled to reopen Sunday.
How disabled athletes teach us that the isolation we face today can bring forth a new togetherness for tomorrow
Artists and musicians donate their time for these interactive performances, which include music, storytelling, and magic and animal shows.
People with autism who are nonverbal and low functioning, sadly, may find themselves hospitalized and heavily medicated on locked wards of psychiatric hospitals.
Naomi Stuchiner founded Beit Issie Shapiro almost 40 years ago, an Israeli organization dedicated to improving the life of children and adults with disabilities.
These soldiers, known as "Special in Uniform" soldiers, were recruited to the Health Ministry's logistics center due to their experience in preparing emergency and crisis kits.
Through the organization Tzohar Halev, special needs adults will look after 2-6 year-old toddlers.