We have been rescuing Jewish people and valuable artifacts like Torahs from Syria for the past five years.  We are currently continuing our work to preserve these ancient artifacts by bringing them to the United States for safe keeping.  One day, it will be safe to return these testaments to the Jewish faith and the Jewish people back into a Syria free of war.


For example, we are preserving valuable artifacts from the Jobar synagogue that has been badly damaged by  bombing. 


A Genizah is storage place for old books and relics and we have identified several of these where literally truckloads of ancient and treasured works remain very vulnerable to  loss and destruction. 


Your donation can help us preserve these artifacts.



"Charity begins at home, but should not end there."


Thomas Fuller



For Six years, Moti Kahana has been providing humanitarian aid to Syrian war refugees, rescuing the remaining Jews, and saving valuable religious artifacts of Jewish life. 

The stunning tale of the escape of Aleppo’s last Jews

December 22, 2015

How Israeli-American businessman Moti Kahana arranged a secret operation to transport the Halabi family from Syria to Turkey, and why one member is ineligible to make aliyah alongside her mother and sister

Israeli businessman aims to save Central Synagogue of Aleppo

Central Synagogue of Aleppo

Syria’s ‘destroyed’ ancient synagogue is still intact

December 18, 2013

It New photograph provided to Times of Israel appears to show interior of 2,000-year-old Jobar shul largely undamaged; Torah scrolls said to be safe 

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