Nepal’s ‘Jewish parents’ still have work to do

צילום: בית חב"ד קטמנדו

A month after working around the clock following the devastating Nepal earthquake, Chabad emissaries Chezki and Chani Lifshitz are now involved in another large aid project for the Nepalese people.

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