US Jews launch campaign to equip bomb shelters

July 22, 2006 15:21


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The North American United Jewish Committees launched a fundraising campaign in 1000 synagogues in the United States on Saturday. The campaign was intended to raise $1.5 million in order to install television sets and air conditioners in bomb shelters in northern Israel. A previous fundraiser raised $1 million to pay for children from northern Israel to go to summer camps in the country's central region.

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