Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014

They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse.

Read part one of the article online

Read part two of the article online

Read part three of the article online

Read the full article (PDF)

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
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Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

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The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

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Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
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Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman write about their visit to Bat Melech Shelters

The Jewish Week – March 17, 2014

Sally Oren, wife of former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren, and Hadassah Lieberman, wife of former U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman, recently visited Bat Melech’s shelters in Israel.

Here is their account of their simultaneously heart-wrenching and heartwarming experience.

Read the article

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
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Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

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The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

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Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
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Saving the King’s daughters

The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014

Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse

Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way.

The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs.

Read the rest of the article at The Jewish Standard

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
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Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

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The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

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Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
Read more

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country.

The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, and some pictures of the Children’s Activity Rooms at one of our shelters.

Read the Newsletter

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
Read more
Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

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The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

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Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
Read more

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
Read more
Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

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The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

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Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
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A Talk with Noach Korman, Director of Bat Melech

Haaretz – By Ido Kenan, Jan. 25, 2014

How did you come to establish Bat Melech, the shelter for Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox women who have suffered domestic violence?

“Seventeen years ago, when I was working as a young lawyer, a Haredi woman asked me to represent her in divorce proceedings. She had fled from her violent husband and gone to a shelter for battered women, only to discover that the shelter was completely unsuitable from a religious point of view: Shabbat, kosher food, the proper atmosphere. Her only alternative was to remain in the street.

“Words led to deeds: We found and made available an apartment with a staff that took in religious women who were victims of domestic violence. Of course, we’ve never suffered from less than full occupancy: The moment we rented the place it filled up, even before all the furniture arrived.”

Read the rest of the article at Haaretz

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
Read more
Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

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The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

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Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
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New wing launched in Jerusalem shelter for battered ultra-Orthodox women

Jerusalem Post – By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI Dec. 31 2013

Bat Melech charity, which provides assistance to victims of domestic violence in the religious and haredi communities, launched a new wing in its Jerusalem shelter last week and is already filled to capacity.

The NIS 1.5 million construction included the addition of new rooms, renovation of existing rooms and the addition of public spaces.

Funds for the project were raised by donations from companies including the Israeli Building Center, Negev Ceramics, Pandor Doors and many more.

Read the rest of the article at The Jerusalem Post

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
Read more
Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

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The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

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Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
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Of Battered Men in Egypt, and Righteous Women (Hebrew)

Matzav Ruach – Noach Korman, Dec 20, 2013

Read the rest of this article (in Hebrew)

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
Read more
Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

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The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

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Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
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Announcement: inauguration of the new wing (Hebrew)

Bat Melech, an Amuta that assists abused religious women, and the Ministry of Welfare, will be hosting an event to launch the new wing at one of the two shelters operated by the Amuta. Those attending will include: Yossi Silman, Director-General of the Israeli Ministry of Welfare, Moti Vinter, Ayalah Meir, Zilit Jacobson, Chairman of Bat Melech, and Bat Melech’s director, Noach Korman.

Read the Announcement

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
Read more
Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

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The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

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Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
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Where Every Woman is a King’s Daughter

Family First (Mishpacha Magazine) – by Gila Arnold, Nov. 25, 2013

Michal, a resident of a chareidi neighborhood in Jerusalem, who worked part-time as a kindergarten teacher, never knew that she was a victim of domestic abuse until she brought her newborn for a checkup and the nurse raised the issue.

“My husband was severely controlling,” Michal says. “He would write up a daily schedule, which I had to sign, stating what time I would wake up, what time I wouldcome home from work, clean the floor, go to sleep, etc. I wasn’t allowed to visit my family; I wasn’t allowed to go food shopping on my own…

Read the rest of the article

Apr42014

Even as I Walk In The Shadow Of Death…

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The Jewish Press – By Emile Amrousi, March 21 to April 4, 2014 They arrive here in a blind rush, at times in the middle of the night, wearing nothing more than pajamas, an attempt to escape years of sadistic abuse. Read part one of the article online Read part two of the article online Read part three of the article online Read the full article (PDF)
Read more
Mar32014

Saving the King’s daughters

staff Press No comments
The Jewish Standard - By Abigail Klein Leichman, Feb. 27, 2014 Shelter in Israel shields religious victims of domestic abuse Noach Korman is one of those rare men who sees a societal problem and cannot turn the other way. The problem was battered women among Israel’s religious population. His response, the organization Bat Melech (Daughter of the King), has grown to include emergency shelters in Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh that serve the whole country, as well as a 24-hour hotline, psychological and legal counseling, parenting classes, and prevention programs. Read the rest of the article at The Jewish [...]
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Feb252014

Bat Melech Newsletter – Feb 2014

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We’re pleased to share with you Bat Melech’s February newsletter. The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay updated on the exciting work that we are doing at our shelters in Jerusalem and Central Israel, as well as our initiatives for the prevention of domestic violence throughout the country. The newsletter includes an update on the opening of our new wing, details of the fairwell party recently given to two of our residents who are moving on to restart their lives, a review of a meeting between Bat Melech Staff and a famous Rebbetzin in Bnei Brak, a profile on our new chairperson, Zilit Jacobson, [...]
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Feb42014

PRESS RELEASE – Sally Oren and Hadassah Lieberman visit Bat Melech

staff Press No comments
Feb 4, 2014 Sally Oren (wife of former Ambassador Michael Oren) and Hadassah Lieberman (wife of former Senator Joe Lieberman, living in Riverdale NY) made a visit to Bat Melech in Israel. Hadassah and Sally comment on the state of domestic violence issues in the religious Jewish community, and urge individuals to get involved. Read the Press Release
Read more