The Cape Jewish Chronicle is shocked by the abhorrent events of recent days in Israel, and we stand with the people of the State of Israel during this extremely trying time.
Many of us have family members and friends from Cape Town who today live in Israel. We offer the people of Cape Town the opportunity to record news of former Capetonians now living there and their experience of the current horror. Many other readers may know the same people and we hope to reassure them about the safety of people they know.
Please submit information about these people to email@example.com for us to include below and on social media.
Former Capetonians living in Israel – these people are known to be safe during the current crisis
Many people originally from Cape Town now live in Israel, and we are all concerned for their safety. Please share information with the Cape Jewish Chronicle so that we can keep a list of those we know are safe – others in Cape Town who know them would be reassured to know that people they know are safe.
You can email the names of your family or friends to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will add the names to this list. Alternatively, make a comment on our social media pages to alert us to the names you would like to add.
People marked as safe:
Loon, Rita, Gail Lustig (née Loon), Ros Loon, Stanley Loon
Resnick, Julian and Orly: Julian Resnick, the Cape Jewish Chronicle’s regular columnist, is currently safe in Greece.
Resnick, Robbie and Karen (nee Margolis)
Resnick, Ivan and Ros
Rabinowitz, Dunny and Jeanette, and their children, Miriam, Keren and Adam
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