OBK at work for France

November 16, 2015 by J-Wire News Service
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Sydney’s Our Big Kitchen has issued an open invitation to join help bake and prepare care packets for staff at France’s diplomatic offices in Australia.

obkOBK’s CEO Rabbi Dr Dovid Slavin told J-Wire: “The packs will contain biscuits and dried fruits and we will be asking volunteers to do the baking and pack the packets.

All those helping will also have the opportunity of writing a personalised note to be contained in the box.”

Rabbi Slavin also intends sending care packages to Australia troops serving overseas.

The baking will start tomorrow [Tuesday] at 10 am

For more details call 8084.2729


2 Responses to “OBK at work for France”
  1. Gil Solomon says:

    Typical of some useless Jewish organisation and one run by a Rabbi to boot.

    He organises packages to France’s diplomatic missions, representatives of the same country that took Hamas off the terror list, the same country that after each and every major terror attack in Israel, urged Israeli restraint.

    “Restraint” was all the rage while only those pesky Jews were dying but now that the terrorists have assaulted the French capital,these same diplomats are now singing a different tune. I wonder if another attack on Israel will bring about the same anti-Semitic response from France or maybe they will adopt a neutral position. It would be too much to ask if they actually urged Israel to reply devastatingly as I have always argued.

    Anyway, I for one find it sickening that in spite of all the terror Israel is subjected to, Jews rush to send out their little packages to French diplomats, yet I’d like to know in all the decades past have they once sent even a cupcake to Israel, forget about a package.

    To be frank, I am often ashamed of my fellow Jews.

  2. Ian Grinblat says:

    Is this paying a tribute or currying favour?

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