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Jewish leaders bracing for Madoff fallout

Charities face closings; anti-Semitism feared

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / December 22, 2008

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The amount of money lost by Jewish charities in the Bernard L. Madoff scandal is staggering - $90 million by Hadassah, $110 million by Yeshiva University, and smaller amounts that have forced the closings of several foundations, including one on Boston's North Shore. (Full article: 1447 words)

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