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January 28, 2015 / 8 Shevat, 5775
 
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Time to Say Thank You…

Israelis Help in Oklahoma Tornado Relief Efforts.

Israelis Help in Oklahoma Tornado Relief Efforts.
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My mother always taught me that it is not only proper – but it is also never to late to say thank you to someone who has helped you. I got this email – I’ve seen it before, but then I thought to share it because what I assume is public knowledge, often isn’t.

This may surprise you!

So, America – please say thank you to ALL of the countries who helped the U.S. after hurricane “Sandy” & the Oklahoma Tornadoes.

Time to send THANKS to all of the countries that reciprocated for all the times America stepped forward to help with their disasters, misgivings, social turmoil, & poverty by returning the favor, and sending the United States of America monetary and physical help when “Sandy” ravaged our East Coast leaving dead, homelessness, and pure disaster along with the tornadoes that have hit Oklahoma towns.

Listed below are ALL the countries and worldwide organizations, that sent their gracious assistance as a means of showing their humanity, their caring, their recognition of what America has done for them.

Please assist me in thanking these entities by passing on this email so people from all over America can join in and THANK ALL of our neighbors, to whom the US has given billions of dollars and in many cases risked the lives of their soldiers and emergency rescue forces!!!

Here they are…

1. Israel 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Yes, the “list” is complete.

So, THANK YOU to

the People of Israel

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One Response to “Time to Say Thank You…”

  1. Miriam Poch says:

    Your welcome……..

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