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21 November 2019 - 23 Heshvan 5780 - כ"ג חשון ה' אלפים תש"פ
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Nepalese aid project enlightens backpackers to make a difference E-mail

From high above, in the quiet of the Himalayas, the quest for spirituality and meaning still calls out to young backpackers. Tevel v’Tzedek (The Earth in Justice) has answered that call and launched a new and unique humanitarian programme on 15 April in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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Israeli tourist holds Thai elephant hostage E-mail

Yoram Ben-Hamo, an Israeli tourist, was involved in a Bangkok traffic accident, after allegedly driving while intoxicated. The incident ended in the most unusual manner.

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Israel's humanitarian mission in Vietnam E-mail

On 20 May, an international medical delegation that included Israeli doctors and nurses, was dispatched for rural areas of Vietnam.

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James Busis named AJC Director of Asia and Pacific Rim E-mail

James Busis has been appointed Director of the American Jewish Committee (AJC)’s Asia and Pacific Rim Institute.

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Anne Frank exhibit to be brought to Hong Kong E-mail

The Anne Frank exhibit will be brought to Hong Kong, by the Jewish Community Centre Events Committee (JCCEC), from the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Many events and activities will  also be planned by the JCCEC in conjunction with the exhibit. 

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