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Stranded Muscovites Benefit From Bottled Water and Free Food

December 29, 2010 5:00 PM
While Americans struggled to cope with one of the Northeast’s largest winter travel disruptions in years, Muscovites thousands of miles away endured their own nightmare as ice and hail plunged Russia’s largest airport into darkness.
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After hail and ice forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights from Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport and stranded thousands of passengers, a group of volunteers from the local Jewish community started passing out bottled water and food.
After hail and ice forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights from Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport and stranded thousands of passengers, a group of volunteers from the local Jewish community started passing out bottled water and food.

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Noii Asberry Chicago, IL January 2, 2011

Helping the Russians What a wonderful and loving gesture by Chief Rabbi Lazar. When I consider the extreme anti-Semitism emanating from Russia and those Russian skinheads who are eaten up with hatreds, I would hope that Chief Rabbi Lazar would be recognized by Vladmir Putin for such noble and unfeigned civility. G_D bless our Rabbis. Reply