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April 10, 1987 - Image 53

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all Jews who are hungry
come and eat," declares the
Haggadah. The American
Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee (JDC) takes that
precept seriously, providing
kosher food, wine or financial
assistance to many of the 34
national Jewish communities
it regularly helps.
About 5,000 Romanian
Jews, many of them elderly
and infirm Holocaust sur-
vivors, will attend commu-
nity seders funded with the
help of JDC. Others will re-
ceive Passover parcels of food
and wine.
In Tunisia, about 350 Jews
in six communities will re-
ceive JDC assistance to buy
matzo, matzo meal, wine,
meat and oil for the holiday.
In Hungary, JDC will help
distribute matzo to clients of
the Jewish communal social
assistance agency. In
Czechoslovakia, where there
is no domestic kosher food or
Passover wine, JDC will help
purchase the supplies and
import them.
Egypt's 180 Jews will re-
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matzo and matzo meal. Food
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