Rabbi Moshe Leiblich of Chabad of Wilmington gives the thumbs up after a helicopter delivered 150 pounds of kosher food to the hurricane-ravaged coastal city. From left to right: Mark Fisher, the pilot; and Leiblich’s children Yehudis, Chayale, Berel and Isser. The kosher food was prepared, packaged and sent by Charlotte’s Ohr HaTorah, an Orthodox Jewish community.
Rabbi Moshe Leiblich of Chabad of Wilmington gives the thumbs up after a helicopter delivered 150 pounds of kosher food to the hurricane-ravaged coastal city. From left to right: Mark Fisher, the pilot; and Leiblich’s children Yehudis, Chayale, Berel and Isser. The kosher food was prepared, packaged and sent by Charlotte’s Ohr HaTorah, an Orthodox Jewish community. Mark Fisher Courtesy of Chabad of Wilmington.
Rabbi Moshe Leiblich of Chabad of Wilmington gives the thumbs up after a helicopter delivered 150 pounds of kosher food to the hurricane-ravaged coastal city. From left to right: Mark Fisher, the pilot; and Leiblich’s children Yehudis, Chayale, Berel and Isser. The kosher food was prepared, packaged and sent by Charlotte’s Ohr HaTorah, an Orthodox Jewish community. Mark Fisher Courtesy of Chabad of Wilmington.

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