Jewish organizations mobilize to help fire victims
After the California wildfires incinerated Jewish summer camps, the Jewish Federation of L.A. stepped in with aid.
“Thank goodness Rabbi Diamond and Sandy (who took the photo) are safe,” the Facebook post read. “Please, follow instructions and stay safe.”
Even amid the challenges, the vintners remained as focused as ever on adhering to the strictures of Jewish law that govern kosher winemaking.
Administrators of a Jewish summer camp destroyed by a wildfire in Northern California found “miracles” amid the devastation.
Of the two kosher wineries in the Northern California wine country affected by the wildfires, one sustained serious damage and one was largely spared.
A highly acclaimed and much beloved eatery in Nataf was reduced to ashes on Friday.
Neve Shalom, the community in Israel where Jews and Arabs live deliberately side by side, was evacuated on Tuesday after a fire threatened to engulf the village in central Israel.
New studies of climate change continue to pour out almost daily. Wars, fire and even road rage and domestic violence could rise along with the mercury.
Environmentalists have long seen climate change as a global crisis. J.J. Goldberg writes that top military brass now warn that it poses the most serious security threat of coming decades.