Frequently Asked Questions
Is it permissible for the Jewish Priest to pray for the welfare of non-Jews?
Absolutely. In the times of the Temples in Jerusalem, non-Jews were permitted and encouraged to make sacrifices (today, we pray) at the Holy Temple. In addition, every year, the Jewish High Priests would sacrifice 70 bulls on behalf of the 70 other (Non-Jewish) nations throughout the world. When the Temples were destroyed, the non-Jewish world suffered (and continues to suffer) along with the Jews. When the Temples stood, open miracles were evident every day for Jews and Non-Jews to witness and to restore their faith in God. Among other things, the mere existence of the Jewish people, when so many have tried to destroy them throughout many generations, is a testament to God’s existence and his predilection for the Jewish people.
For what charitable purposes is my money being used? How exactly am I helping the Jewish people?
Your $18 will be distributed to Jews in Israel and America who are in need of assistance with food, housing, clothing and security. There are numerous charitable and private institutions that are in dire need of funds to continue to do the good work that they do. We can provide specific information, names and addresses, if you contact us privately. Among the highest forms of charity is anonymous donations so that the recipient is not embarrassed by the gifts. Further, anonymous donations show no ulterior motives. Please contact us for more information.