On Moldovan border, Christian groups help Ukrainians flee to Israel

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(Worthy News) – It is one of history’s ironies that the northern Moldovan town of Otaci, emptied of its Jews during World War II, is now an entry point for fleeing Ukrainians who are on their way to Israel.

Today Otaci, separated from the western Ukrainian city of Mohyliv-Podilskyi by the Dniester River, is a hodgepodge of single-story homes — small homes once owned by the former shtetl’s Jews alongside garish, palatial houses built by the area’s nouveau riche.

It is here that Christians for Israel, a Netherlands-based organization, has rented a reception building for refugees from all over war-torn Ukraine. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]

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