On Tuesday, IsrAID dispatched a three-person relief team to the state.
The principal, Yuval Kahan, released a statement in which he said he was “torn and broken” over the deaths of 10 teens on a school-sponsored hike.
The head of a seminary who organized a desert trek in which 10 Israeli teenagers were killed in a flash flood has been arrested on negligence.
At least 10 youths were killed after they were swept away by a flash flood in the Negev Desert.
The city was complying with a state law that requires all state contractors to certify that they are not participating in boycotts of Israel.
“We are flying by the seat of our pants here,” Shapiron-Plevan said.
At midnight on Aug. 13, the floodwaters began to flow into Ellen Sager’s Baton Rouge home.
Massive flooding has caused serious damage to the Jewish community of Houston for the second time in less than a year and just days before Passover.
Two synagogues and the homes of countless Jewish residents were damaged in the floods that swept through Houston on Monday and into Tuesday, inundating homes and businesses, sweeping away cars and leaving at least five people dead.
As floods triggered by days of heavy rain overwhelm Houston, the city’s Jewish community is scrambling to rescue those stranded by the fast-rising water.