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Abuse Watch Seeks to Raise $150K

Miami businessman Eli Nash, a victim of child abuse, is one of 4 donors matching funds in a campaign for Jewish Community Watch. Full Story

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Deep Respect For Eli Nash!
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Deep Respect For Eli Nash!

I do not personally know you but i read your letter and it is one of the most impact-full letters i’ve ever read!

4 1/2 hours left!
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4 1/2 hours left!

At the time of the publication of this article, much of the 24 hours has passed. There are only about 4 and a half hours left until 5pm, EST! Please donate!

Kol Hakavod
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Kol Hakavod

May Hashem help them protect many many people

life
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life

Lifesavers. Thank you! Please donate!

Survivor
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Survivor

Kol Hakovod to Eli Nash, we should all learn from him he didnt sit and scream victim and ask everyone to give him money and let this issue bother him he went and made a life for himself and from a victim he went to becoming a survivor.

This is amazing!!
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This is amazing!!

Much needed!! Thank you!!

Thank you
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Thank you

Thank you Meir Seewald for your courage and vision. You have helped many with this courage and vision. Good luck. We are all very grateful.

Greatful parent
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Greatful parent

As a parent I feel safe knowing this organization exist
Thank you

1/2 hour left!
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1/2 hour left!

Only about 1/2 hour left until 5 pm EST! Please donate! There is still 15,000 left (at least) to be donated!

Amazing, Mazel tov Meyer!!!
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Amazing, Mazel tov Meyer!!!

$150,719

the needy
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the needy

Think its better 2 give 2 the needy instead.

Meyer, look what you have created for your people
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Meyer, look what you have created for your people

This is marvelous, marvelous, more people must speak up now, and please please Gd, graphology must be used when anyone interviews for a job with children.

Graphology is the only way a persons personality can be seen, please eople, take note. Go to a graphologist before hiring a teacher, babysitter, anyone you hire. Don’t risk your kids lives, look atthe handwriting.

To number #11
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To number #11

These are the needy! They are broken souls who need support. May you never know such pain

to number 11
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to number 11

The needy should make their own fundraising event online. Meyer deserves every penny he gets for making such a difference!

Excellent letter
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Excellent letter

Eli is no victim nor survivor, he is an initiator who thrives without realizing he is perceived as a strong and courageous individual. You are amazing! and the forth page of your letter demonstrates outstanding maturity and extraordinary determination to transcend beyond the long and painfull challenges endured during your childhood. I commend you and may others learn from your wisdom and actions.

ACCOUNTABILITY
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ACCOUNTABILITY

All pro this redone initiative, after the last one failed miserably, following its irresponsible and non transparent modus operandi. Here is to the hope that this will be successfully run, with a REAL team of professionals and a board of advisers who actually have a say in the running of the website and group. I am a little concerned that the actual board of those deciding who is/is not to be accused is not disclosed – I hope that there will be some accountability on the site. There were tragic mistakes made on the last one – let us hope… Read more »

stop the site
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stop the site

There needs 2 b a trial 1st b4 he puts som1 on the site im Sorry & thats y he wont just work with the police, u need serious evidence & the reason he wont just use the police is bec the police r not going 2 stand 4 a website that som1 wasnt convicted, bec until convicted there is no proof, & he wants 2 put ppl up even without a trial & that police will say that is defamation. So the thing is the police wouldnt b 4 his website & that is y he isnt using the… Read more »

really?
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really?

#11…..
pathetic comment. The ability to take into account other people’s pain (may nobody ever have) is not always accessible. Try to imagine someone’s life being ruined by abuse, and then how they live their entire lives thinking about how their body was G-d forbid violated……wait, lets change that and imagine that it was PREVENTED .
got the point??

More - Transparancy
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More - Transparancy

It is a nice thing to have an organization that battles community problems such as abuse.
However it needs transparency.

We already have so much authority
1- Torah – By choosing to live as a religious Jew –
2- Local Rabbonim – By choosing to live in this community
3- Local Police By choosing to live in a city
4- Federal authority By choosing to live in this country.

5…… JCW is now also in authority. It is fair to know exactly WHO is in the board.

I think they would be much more successful if everyone knew who is making the decisions.

Strong
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Strong

It takes an incredibly strong individual to be able to work through such a traumatic life experience. It is one of the worst things that can happen to a person and for you not only keep it from debilitating you, but to prosper despite it…it’s awe-inspiring. Good for you for speaking out. Good for you for unloading what must have felt like a shameful secret…when it isn’t for YOU. The shame falls on your abuser. G-d should bless you with continued success. Kol Hakovod !

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