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    No distinctions – Ask the Rabbi

    Q. Why do Jews only care about their fellow Jews?

    A. They don’t. You are quite wrong. Jews have always worked for the well-being of mankind as a whole.

    Job says, “I was eyes to the blind and feet to the lame. I was a father to the poor, and I searched out the cause of him that I did not know” (Job 29:15-17).

    Not a word here about the blind, lame, poor or disadvantaged being Jewish.

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