No voy a sentarme a cantar la vieja canción del “te lo advertí”, aunque quien haya seguido mi prédica en este blog sabe muy bien que esto se veía venir desde lejos. Si Barak y Sharón no hubiesen rendido territorio al enemigo, y si Olmert no estuviese aun anunciando a voz en cuello que todavía tiene la intención de rendir más de los territorios liberados en 1967, no habría hoy esta guerra. Más bien, en estos momentos todos sentimos el deber de asistir a quienes más lo necesitan.
I am not going to sing that old song “I told you so,” even though whomever has been following my preaching in this blog is very well aware that this could be seeing coming from far away. If Barak and Sharon hadn’t surrender territory to the enemy, and if Olmert weren’t still now announcing out loud that he stills has the intentions of surrendering further parts of the territories liberated in 1967, this war would simply no exist. Rather, in these moments, we all feel the duty to help those who need it the most.
The population of the areas where rockets and missiles fall daily is going through very difficult moments. Many have opted for leaving toward safer terrain; others spend day and night in bomb shelters.
Great many people cannot go to work, or even shopping for food. It goes without saying what it must be like to have small children in the midst of it all.
Collel Chabad, Israel’s oldest organized charity, without ceasing to fulfill its regular duties of helping the poor and needy of Israel, has launched an unprecedented campaign of humanitarian assistance.
Every donation, however small, shall be very much appreciated. All gathered monies will go directly to those who need them most.
Given that the number of internal refugees has reached nearly a million, the need is overwhelming.
Donations from the USA are tax-deductible.