Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Two years on and The Open House is still in trouble

This week, after months of not being paid, the workers of the Jerusalem Open House will find out if they will even be able to keep their jobs. The centre has been in financial trouble since the US economic meltodown put a strain on Jewish philanthropy.

Things took an even worse swing when the New Israel Fund, one of the Open House's largest donors started to feel a pinch in its own income due to a report that accussed it of funding the biased Goldstone report.

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