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To Madam Lori

Reader comment on item: Israel's Domestic Enemy
in response to reader comment: AmerIcan Jewish donations to the Mossawa Center

Submitted by Ynna-tchkah- (United States), Jan 5, 2007 at 14:51

Dear Madam:

Deeply liked your comments.

Unfortunately looks like Jews of some conscience need, more than ever, to activate their most basic perception into watching to whom we ought to donate and who has to be denied.

I'll not cite who, but recently I knew that an organization that helps victims of terror, was not working kosherly. I'm basing this opinion upon my experience & victims of terror testimonials (several).

Others, abroad, fundraise in other countries, leaving only fat donations to go to Israel, whereas the small ones, even adding a good share, stay in the country of origin providing extra good life to the fundraisers.

We , that disagree donating to the NIF, have to be extra careful. Yet, they have the stigma that it is so easy to make $ upon Jews in North America for what they are Ok and so easily blinded by "people of good intentions".

As in my country it is said:". Hell is overwhelmingly full already of people with only good intentions and words"..."..Looks like there is not place anymore to the "bad "guys"...

We are a minority, in a minority than comes from a minority.- Painful.


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