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Wherever Jews are in need, JDC is there.  That has been true since 1914 when “the Joint” first started providing relief and rescue to Jews in war-torn Europe and Ottoman-ruled Palestine - and it is true today. Throughout the world, and particularly in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, the world’s poorest Jews depend on JDC. Today JDC is the world’s leading Jewish humanitarian organization - active in more than 70 countries around the globe. For 100 years, JDC has provided rescue and relief to Jews in need throughout the world.  For the last three decades, we have been working to help Jews in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union the poorest Jews in the world - and to renew Jewish community life to provide a support...READ MORE.

 
 



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  Forward.com
Why the Mikveh Scandal Cuts So Deep

Take Sex Assault Probes Off Campus

How Rudy Giuliani Got 'Klinghoffer' Right

Tale of Two Sermons on Israel

Finding Hope in Images of Sarajevo

  Forward.com
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  JPost.com - Home
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  Editorial and Opinion Feed
Ross Urges Israel To Be ‘Proactive’ With PA

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Sweden becomes first European state to recognize Palestine

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  Aish.com: Holidays
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  Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Iran says it thwarted sabotage attempt at nuclear plant

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  Jewcy
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  Tablet Magazine
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