Monday, August 30, 2010

Saving Lives -- United in Israel

The following video clip is an accurate representation of the volunteering I do within United Hatzalah.

They didn't ask me to post this, nor are they paying me to post it.

However, United Hatzalah supplies all my emergency medical and radio equipment that I use as an on-call volunteer medic, 24x7.

Sorry I've been posting less, but its been crazier than usual....for the record, my time has been put to better use than blogging.

I'm slowly starting to get back in the saddle.


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Michael Sedley said...

Cool - thanks for posting

Anonymous said...


Gee a Moron said...

Here is the link for more info/donating:

Does American Friends of United Hatzalah have 501(c)(3) status? Could even they get it under Obama regulations?

Shira said...

very nice commercial. including making the Shabbos scene just subtly fake is a clever touch.

Some time ago there were some ads that gave me the impression Hatzala is charedi founded and operated. I guess I didn't pay enough attention to the details of whatever ad it was?

Anonymous said...

Good work Jameel (and others in the team)

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Shira: Ostensibly, United Hatzala is "Chareidi" -- yet it is open to all who wish to volunteer and save lives.

Ashekanzim and Sephardim, Chassidim and Mitnagdim, Men and Women (which is exceptional for a Chareid Hatzala organization), Jews, Arabs and Christians.

We're all there.

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