Rabbis: Stand Up for Foreign Aid

April 13, 2011
Israel-US-flag_250width.jpgThe deadline for the inter-movement Rabbinic sign-on letter for foreign aid to Israel is Friday. If you are a Rabbi add your name here. If you are not a rabbi you can also support foreign aid to Israel by clicking here to email your member of Congress and let them know how important this issue is.

Help us send the message that it is essential that foreign aid to Israel, America's strongest ally in the Middle East, continue as part of a strong comprehensive foreign aid package that allows nations to address poverty, global warming, democracy building, human rights and disease prevention.

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