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Hurricane Sandy (2012)

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Rabbi Avrohom Rapoport rode through the streets around Atlantic City, N.J., this morning on a construction truck laden with food and water. Debris is everywhere, with parts of houses, roofs and boardwalk pieces littering the ground. Cars occupy spots on l...
While the millions throughout the Tri-State Area and beyond furiously made last minute preparations before the onslaught from Hurricane Sandy began, Rabbi Anchelle Perl also concerned himself with spiritual pursuits.
As Hurricane Sandy inches ever closer to the Eastern Seaboard, Rabbi Eli and Beila Goodman are among the millions of people, stretching from Boston to Washington, D.C., preparing for the arrival of what meteorologists say could be one of the biggest storm...
Belle Harbor works to make one body of water a permanent and priceless fixture
Communities devastated by storm find comfort during Chanukah.
Jewish families and communities face the daunting task of rebuilding their lives.
The news quickly spread to the members of CTeen’s Teaneck, New Jersey, chapter: Oceanside, New York, was badly hurting from the fierce winds of Hurricane Sandy.
Rabbi Zushe Winner, Chabad Rabbi of West Brighton Beach, knows that despite the darkness that envelops his community, there is light amidst the devastation.
When Hurricane Sandy hit, Chabad communities across the country wanted to help. “What can we do? Where can we donate?” was the overwhelming sentiment.
These have been anything but regular days at Chabad of the Five Towns. The synagogue and community center has become a shelter, providing food and comfort to victims of Hurricane Sandy.
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