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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