Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Christian charity to give $11 million to needy Holocaust survivors

A Christian charity is donating $11 million to 28,000 destitute Holocaust survivors in Israel and around the world ahead of the upcoming Jewish New Year holiday, the organization announced Tuesday. The Chicago-based International Fellowship of Christians and Jews said it will give 11,000 Holocaust survivors in Israel a NIS 1,800 holiday gift each, while 17,000 survivors residing abroad will receive NIS 1,050 each.

Shouldn't charity start at home? Considering the state of the American economy, one would think these Christian Zionists and useful idiots of Israel would help their needy Christian brethren...

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