Pro-Israel groups abroad donate cash to needy IDF troops

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August 19, 2013 13:31

 
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The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews and the US-based organization Friends of the IDF, announced this week that they will be providing financial support to some 8,000 soldiers in need next year.

The aid, in the total amount of NIS 12 million, is aimed at enable soldiers to “fulfill their obligation to the state without feeling that they are not fulfilling their familial obligations and to serve with peace of mind, while caring for their and their family’s needs.”

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