‘Jews, non-Jews, Muslims’ in Texas and around the world are stepping forward offering money, supplies and time for those most impacted by Harvey.
‘Jews, non-Jews, Muslims’ come together to help Houston with Harvey (Haaretz)
Jews in Texas and around the world are stepping forward offering money, supplies and time for those most impacted by Harvey (Aug 31)
Harvey is biblical for me and my family — but not for the reason you think (The Forward)
Unlike Noah, Houstonians will not see “a new world” when the waters recede. And few of us will have become new men or women. Instead, Houstonians will see their with old eyes their old world, savaged by Harvey. But they will have also seen, alongside the horrors brought by Harvey, countless acts of kindness and attentiveness from others. They are different kinds of “ones” from those they lost, of course, but perhaps no less essential as they begin to rebuild their world (Aug 30)
Riding out Harvey, as the floodwaters rose over our heads (Times of Israel)
An Israeli living in Houston rethought her decision not to evacuate once water started to come in through the walls. Hours later, with beds and TVs bobbing in the water, she and her family were finally rescued (Aug 29)
Photo: Donated items sit in a loading dock are as volunteers works to organize the items donated for Hurricane Harvey victims, Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017, in Dallas, Texas (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)