Categories Latest News In the midst of the Ukraine war, aid and rescue workers have come from afar. Post author By Paul Martin Post date 19 March 2022 An aid worker in the provisions store in Chisinau, Moldova. Hatzala rescue worker signals success. Injured in Jenin in 2002 and suffering PTSD after the Lebanon war four years later, Pini Schwartzman has been one of six former Israeli soldiers injured in combat, from Brothers for Life. They are now helping Ukrainians with physical or psychological war damage.. He was from the elite Givati Brigade. ← My father, Mandela and me. → Saved by their animals. A Ukrainian couple tell how their dogs and cats softened the heart of a Russian soldier.