Editor on the radio: the Houston flood and what makes JNS.org unique

JNS.org Editor in Chief Jacob Kamaras, who resides in Houston, wrote a personal essay back in May reflecting on his experience during that month's devastating flood in America's fourth-largest city and on its impact for the Jewish community there. 

On Tuesday, Jacob looked back on that article and spoke about how the flood continues to affect his community, in addition to discussing what makes the JNS.org news service unique, in an interview with host Nachum Segal on the popular Jewish radio show "JM in the AM." The show normally broadcasts from New Jersey, but visited Houston this week to help raise national awareness for the Jewish community's flood-recovery efforts. Listen to Jacob's on-air comments below. 

Morgan Davies (far left) and Donniel Ogorek (center) rescue Rabbi Joseph Radinsky (right) from May's flood in Houston. Credit: Robert Levy via Facebook.

Posted on July 8, 2015 .