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The island's recovery will likely cost more than $30 billion.
Churches that acted as shelters and supplied food during the hurricane are now claiming they deserve fair reimbursement, and US President Donald Trump has sided with them in the controversial debate.
Jewish groups claim FEMA should not hold back from helping religious communities, but the First Amendment stands in the way.
Houston one year after Harvey
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
“To see the utter devastation firsthand and so close to home is shocking.”
By BECKY BROTHMAN
Leaders of the Jewish community, which numbers around 2,000, said there was no choice but to cancel the Rosh Hashana services.
Irma, a Category 4 storm, has been called one of the worst hurricanes in decades.
“We advise all Israelis in South Florida to find their way to a safer place, to keep watching the news and listen to local authorities,”
By DANIELLE ZIRI,MICHAEL WILNER,HERB KEINON
“All my secular books were destroyed, but the pages of these books are still dry, still usable and without any mold."
By DANIELLE ZIRI
150 students from three US states join Chabad’s efforts to provide relief.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
A kosher restaurant is expecting to serve 1,000 meals a day to the Jewish residents of Houston and plans to remain in the Houston area for several weeks.
By JACOB GOFF KLEIN
The Jewish Family Service also reported flood damage, as did at least three Houston synagogues.
"The wind was really tearing us apart. It was so scary you’d poo yourself.”
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