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West Brighton Synagogue: Sandy’s Destruction Came Quickly

November 1, 2012 11:00 PM
It didn’t take long for Hurricane Sandy to destroy most everything at the Chabad Neshama Center in West Brighton Beach, N.Y., but the water didn’t claim the institution’s Torah scrolls.
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Parts of Brighton Beach, N.Y., looked like a wasteland after the passage of Hurricane Sandy, its streets and beachfront deserted as residents who stayed began the arduous task of cleaning up.
Parts of Brighton Beach, N.Y., looked like a wasteland after the passage of Hurricane Sandy, its streets and beachfront deserted as residents who stayed began the arduous task of cleaning up.

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Lieberman November 3, 2012

Go chabad of WEST Brighton. Keep up the good work with the American Jewish community of West Brighton. Reply

Annonymous November 2, 2012

Chabad of West Brighton Relief Effort Contributions to Chabad of West Brighton's relief efforts can be made by clicking here. Reply

Anonymous Florida November 2, 2012

Donate to help............ Where or how can I donate to help this synagogue in Brighton Beach? Reply