ZAKA | Israel’s NGO Emergency Rescue and Recovery Organization

A ZAKA Rescue and Recovery team at the scene of a stabbing attack in Jerusalem’s Old City. One volunteer can be seen cleaning the blood spilled from Jewish murder victims.
According to Jewish custom, all blood and body parts must be buried in dignity because this body housed God’s holy spark. ZAKA volunteers perform the grim and holy task of searching meticulously to collect shards of shattered limbs and to reverently collect every drop of Jewish blood spilled at murder scenes and after terrorist attacks.
ZAKA also travels to every country on the planet to provide search and rescue efforts, as well as all manner of relief and support.

ZAKA Chairman Yehuda Meshi-Zahav: “ZAKA, as a UN-recognized international humanitarian volunteer organization, considers it a moral obligation to offer help and assistance to all those in need, regardless of religion, race or creed, when their country is overtaken by disaster. This is part of our mission to sanctify the divine name and Israel around the world.”

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