Yad L’Achim and Jews for Jesus on HOT TV

Saw this article today on Israel’s HOT TV channel about Yad L’achim and Jews for Jesus.


We have one quibble with HOT TV, please don’t refer to Jesus or Yeshua as “Yeshu” as this is an insulting manner, the Hebrew meaning ‘may his name be blotted out.’   If you want to aim to impartial, using the correct name of Jesus or Yeshua, thanks.

There is also the usual “Christian missionary” label which is put on anyone Jew or gentile who follows Jesus which also doesn’t seem pleasant.    Not all Jewish followers of Yeshua are confident in sharing their faith, there are many other roles believers need to do like discipleship, worship, teaching and others.

Lehava and Yad L’achim disrupt block Magen David Adom at Jerusalem Christian event

mdaSaturday 11th July 2015: Jewish Extremist Groups Lehava and Yad L’achim Disrupt And Block Magen David Adom (Israel Ambulance & Emergency Service) Blood Drive At Jerusalem Christian Event. On Thursday 9th July 2015 An MDA Blood Drive at The El Av Christian Conference 2015 held at Jerusalem’s OId Train Station was severely disrupted and eventually Blocked by Activists from Jewish Extremist Groups Lehava and Yad L’achim who intruded into the Ambulance Area were shouting and verbally abusing Senior MDA Staff.

At Least Two of the Extremists were arrested by Israeli police for “attacking and disturbing public order,” and another taken away for verbally abusing MDA Staff. The Leader of Lehava, Bentzi Gopstein has previously been arrested by Israeli Police for extremist activities. According to a statement from Lehava itself “dozens of Lehava forcibly broke into a Christian Conference… and blocked the entrance.” As a result of the extremists disruptive activities MDA were only able to raise 11 Blood Donations compared to 46 the next night. MDA stated that each blood Donation saves three lives.

New magazine responds to antimissionary campaign from Yad L’Achim

response to Yad magThis year groups of Israeli believers have stood up to religious bully group.  After magazines anonymously sent to intimidate Messianic believers, a new Hebrew magazine has been launched to ask all those awkward questions Jewish people ask about Jesus.

You can read this here:-


(we are not connected with One for Israel but like their work)

Visit our sister blog “BadHebrewRoots”

You may want to visit our sister blog BadHebrewRoots

Many Christians (especially some with Jewish background) get excited about Israel and the Jewish roots of our faith, however its easy to get caught up in just anything, especially when there is weird teaching about.

From our research we have discovered so called ministries like Truth2U, SpiritualBabies and Pathways which aim to give Christians teaching on Hebraic foundations.    It would appear these started of as folks who followed Yeshua then become apostates and promote anti-Yeshua (against Jesus) material from anti missionary people like Rabbi Tovia Singer, Ira Michaelson and Michael Skobac.    We have found these people have had means of brain washing people just like Daniel Asor has from Yad L’Achim.


If you know people into this stuff, tell them to get away from it, and get properly understanding scripture in it’s real context.



Israeli believers respond to Yad L’Achim’s Magazine

yad mag front coverSome Israeli believers talk about Yad L’Achim’s magazine which sent unsolicited to various Messianic Jews houses around Israel.

count yad videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sK0G4MuEXzU&feature=youtu.be

Where as when religious Jews get offended with unsolicited material gets mailed to them just as a matter of routine like pizza menus, real estate businesses, or religious stuff which is sent to all houses.

Yad L’Achim have databases of people they don’t like which they harass and send their magazine to mailboxes of decent hardworking, army-serving Israeli Messianic Jews (who in a lot of cases don’t do missionary work but practice their faith without interfering with anyone) with the message ‘we know where you live’.

Messianic Jews respond to Yad L’Achim’s $10,000 bet

yad 10grandArticle here in Hebrew from igod.co.il with answers to challenges Yad L’Achim offered.


They then cancelled their offer of 10 grand to someone who could answer them, funny that.

vulcan with 10000 bookSorry Benny Vulcan, you need some new material dude!