Escape From Iran
Published by EBORAH DANAN on May 8, 2019
He was smuggled among the cargo of a truck that included weapons, opium and hoards of cash. The Revolutionary Guard seized the truck and Shaltiel was held captive for about three weeks.
The Iranian who remembered the Nazis’ disabled victims
Published on May 7, 2019
The Iranian Jewish founder of an organization dedicated to improving kids’ lives laid a wreath at Yad Vashem on Yom Hashoah in honor of the disabled victims of the Holocaust—and issued a warning about the Iranian threat.
Iranian American Jewish Federation Saluted by ILAI Fund
Published by Arutz Sheva on November 14, 2018
'Technology has given us the ability to provide a way for these special children to express their feelings.'
TAKING ON T-4
Published by The Jerusalem Post on April 12, 2018
The ILAI Fund ensures that we remember the ill and disabled victims of the Shoah
איראן זה שם
Published in MNews on April 22, 2018, written by Eran Kaminsky
איראן זה שם
אלברט שאלתיאל היה בן תשע כשפרצה המהפיכה החומיניסטית ברחובות טהרן • נסיבות חייו המיוחדות הביאו אותו לייסד קרן סיוע לילדים חולים ונכים
LA Couple Awarded for “Embracing the Jewish Tradition of Kindness Through the Generations”
Published by Jewish Link 20.10.2015
LA Couple Awarded for "Embracing the Jewish Tradition of Kindness Through the Generations"…
Faces of Israel: Shaltiel Family and the ILAI Fund
Published by United with Israel 6.5.2014
Albert and Yael Shaltiel struggled for years with infertility. But rather than harping on their own tribulations, they devoted themselves to children with serious medical issues – an initiative that culminated with the establishment in 2005 of the Ilai Fund, a nonprofit for the benefit of unfortunate children
How can you choose only one?
Published by Jewish Link 3.2.14
In a small family apartment high atop the Israeli city of Modiin, a husband and wife sit together as they pore over a thick black binder bursting with photos and medical records of sick Israeli children.
Helping Sick Israeli Children Produces Miracles
Published by The Jewish Press 30.4.2014
By Hana Levi Julian
A decision to help sick Israeli children in need led to miracles for Yael and Albert Shaltiel — and a special fund to help even more.
“Turning Tears Into Smiles”
Published by 5TJT
Mention the word “hero” to a child and he will probably think of the superheroes of comics and movie fame. The Ilai Fund children constitute an entirely different league of heroes…
Veterans: Devoted to the cause
Published by Jerusalem Post 7.9.2014
It seems unusual that a young Iranian Jew from a wealthy background should devote a major part of his time, energy and resources to helping sick...