IsraAID team leader visits Sydney

April 7, 2016 by J-Wire Staff
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Hagit Krakov headed the IsraAID team which helped rebuild the homes on the Fijian island of Ovalau devastated by Cyclone Winston in February.

Her talk in Sydney about the amazing work across the globe by IsraAID teams both in search and rescue and humanitarian relief impressed all who were fortunate enough to hear her story.

When asked about the reaction of those from countries or cultures not known for their friendship with Israel Krakov said: “We never here a negative word from those seeking and needing help. But sadly from time to time we are the victims of negative comments from those representing other aid organisations.”

Pictures do speak louder than words. Watch IsraAID in action.

 

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2 Responses to “IsraAID team leader visits Sydney”
  1. Eleonora Mostert says:

    I hope God had his fingers stuck in each ear when you said that Gil… no, that’s a lie, I hope God did hear you. Shame on you. You give help to those who need it, not for recognition. I bet the people themselves said thank you. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you…I hope no one else thinks like you as I’d hate for the world to think we are as bad as everyone else. We have a hard enough time fighting the lies told about us, please don’t give them a reason t say I told you so. Let US BE THE LIGHT AMONGST THE NATIONS AND DO WHAT IS RIGHT IN GODS EYES.

  2. Gil Solomon says:

    The work that IsraAID does, certainly doesn’t leave this Jew with that warm and fuzzy feeling. The admission by Hagit Krakov that members of her organisation, including herself, resort to using their second non-Israeli passports to enter various countries says it all. It just proves what fools Jews in general and Israelis in particular are. Israel needs to sort out its own problems and save its precious medical resources for itself.

    Invariably, every time IsraAID goes in, it’s via the back door unannounced.
    The host country never invites them or thanks them.
    Their efforts are never even acknowledged by the host country or the host country’s media. They leave the same way they entered, through the back door like a dog with its tail between its legs. I say leave these countries to sort out their own damn problems.

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