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With Skies Quiet Over Europe, Jewish Centres in the UK Take in Stranded Passengers

Monday, 19 April, 2010 - 7:21 am

gPZr4043950.jpgAs an Icelandic volcano continued to spew super-heated rock, ash, and fine particulates from deep below the Earth to tens of thousands of feet into the air, Jewish centres across Europe welcomed stranded passengers in need of a meal and a bed.

Rabbi Mendy Loewenthal, director of Chabad-Lubavitch of South Kensington in the central part of the British capital, reported that his synagogue and community centre was bursting at the seams Friday night from an onslaught of Jewish travelers with nowhere to go.

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