Category: Extremist Activists

The secret of Binyamin Klugger – An extreme field activist in Yad L’Achim , a soldier and a believer of Rachel Lichtenstein

Binyamin Klugger, has immigrated from France who was once trained to be a priest and a missioner, after being kicked out church “because he was held by the devil”, he decided to become a religious Jew.

He presents an extreme worldview and sometimes violent in his attitude to non-Jews and missionaries. Klugger is considered a loyal activist in the Yad L’Achim organization, and he is a soldier and follower of Rachel Lichtenstein, and is considered a close friend of hers.

Binyamin Klugger hold a violent and uncompromising perception of reality against those who direct him to act against them because of their origin. He was recently arrested and questioned about the price tag actions against members of the Church of Scientology, priests and synagogues in Jerusalem.

Binyamin Klugger Yad L'achim Abraham Bitkin

Binyamin Klugger works for the Israeli Center for Cults Victims.

Yad L’Achim also operates a secular branch called the Israeli Center for Cult Victims. This activity is funded by the ultra- orthodox millionaire Rami Feller – the director and mentor of Aharon Appelbaum. Binyamin Klugger is defined in the organizations as a platoon commander. He began his activity as a junior soldier and rose to his position due to his extreme activities. His direct director on behalf of Yad L’Achim and the Israel Center for Cults is Rachel Lichtenstein, who also serves as the director of the Israeli Center for Cult Victims.

Binyamin Klugger

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Rami Feller, a Haredi multimillionaire is the main donor of Yad L’Achim and The Israeli Center for Cult Victims

Rami Feller is a Haredi multi-millionaire. In the past he was a very successful businessman who was a member of various sects in India and around the world.
Following his business crash, he experienced a severe collapse on all levels, became religious, and decided to dedicate his life to the war against the sects.

Companies owned by Rami Feller funds Yad L’Achim and The Israeli Center for Cult Victims

Rami Feller has a corporation of more than 20 different companies in international distribution, according to official reports. Rami Feller’s various companies funds Yad L’Achim and its secular branch, The Israeli Center for Cult Victims.

Rami Feller's corporation

Rampal Cellular Stoke Market Ltd. donates 290,000 NIS
To The Israeli Center for Cult Victims.

Rampal - ICVC
Rampal

RSC Solar Ltd. donates 91,000 NIS
To The Israeli Center for Cult Victims.

RCS Solar donates to The Israeli Center for Cult Victims.

Rami Feller funds The Israeli Center for Cult Victims

Yad L’Achim also operates a secular branch called The Israeli Center for Cult Victims. The two organizations have a common donor – Rami Feller and staff members of the two organizations, Rachel Lichtenstein of The Israeli Center for Cult Victims, and Galia Gillerman.

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Who is Rachel Lichtenstein – The director of The Israeli Center for Cult Victims

Rachel Lichtenstein Director of ICVC and a central and important activist in Yad L’Achim.

The Israeli Center for Cult Victims (ICVC) was founded in 2006 by Rami Feller, a fact that the ICVC has hidden until today.

During the first two years of its existence, the center received more than 2 million NIS from Rami Feller or from “the Ministry of Charity” whom Feller was its sole donor.

Those donations constituted more than 97% of ICVC’s income.
The coordinator of the Center’s activities and later its CEO was Rachel Lichtenstein, who previously worked in Yad L’Achim.
Since 2006, Rachel Lichtenstein has been working in The Israeli Center for Cult Victims and is responsible for coordinating the work with the extremist organization Yad L’Achim.

The Israeli Center for Cult Victims
The Israeli Center for Cult Victims Facebook profile, with Rachel Lichtenstein in the profile picture.

Although Rachel Lichtenstein declares herself to be the director of ICVC (a private body with no government support or official recognition), she is clearly connected to Yad L’Achim.
Rachel is enlisted in Yad L’Achim activists list, working in the Anti Messianic department.

Rachel Lichtenstein
Rachel working in the Messianic Dept of Yad L’Achim and in the same time CEO of The Israeli Center for Victims of Cults.

The connection of Rachel Lichtenstein CEO of The Israeli Center for Cult Victims and the extreme activists of Yad L’Achim

As noted, Rachel has a direct and undeniable connection to the extreme activists of Yad L’Achim,
including Benjamin Kluger, Abraham Bitkin, Daniel and Galya Ginerman, Alex Artovsky, Rami Feller, Meir Cohen, Jack Teitel , And Aaron Appelbaum.

Yad L'Achim Members
Yad L’Achim members.

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