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Headlines about Jewish aid efforts

The latest from JTA on the tenuous gains made by Jewish relief agencies:

Relief agencies are preparing for a protracted effort to maintain the well-being of Georgia's Jews before they can move on with the work of rehabilitation, said Amir Ben Zvi, a Ukraine-based staff member of the JDC's Ge…

Dateline August 17: Update from the Georgian Front

Jewish Agency representatives in Georgia are trying to establish contact with hundreds of Jews cut off in the region of Kutaisi and in the town of Kareli near the city of Gori. These attempts take place daily and utilize every possible method.

“There are hundreds of Jews in these areas” …

Georgia crisis photos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



JDC has created an online photo gallery of images (including the one above) taken during the course of their recent humanitarian work in Georgia. Click here to view the gallery.

Caption: In Georgia, houses and buildings have quickly become targets under the air ra…

A strong bond between Georgian and US Jews

The latest blog posting from Max Kleinman, UJC MetroWest executive vice president, does a great job of showing the ties between federation communities and Georgian Jewry that go back long before the current crisis.

Click here to read his 'Max'imum Potential blog entry.

 

 

News coverage from Georgia

JTA has engaged Grant Slate, a freelancer on the ground in Georgia, to cover the affect of this crisis on Georgian Jewry, and he has been cranking out some very compelling articles. Here's an excerpt from the most recent article:

Flee for safety or guard home? Georgia's Jews face wartime dil…

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