The WUPJ and Beit Shmuel Launch Operation Quiet Night

From the moment missiles began falling on Israeli cities, the World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ) has responded, immediately developing and then implementing a series of programs to provide support for families affected by the attacks. During these trying times, Beit Shmuel-Mercaz Shimshon the World Union for Progressive Judaism's headquarters in Jerusalem, has been providing free food and board to families who have been forced to flee their homes. Furthermore, Beit Shmuel is organizing free walking tours and educational programs.  more...

The WUPJ and Beit Shmuel Launch Operation Quiet Night
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