A mild-mannered rabbi in Brooklyn has become an unlikely savior to dozens of at-risk Afghan refugees still seeking to flee to country.
“We are not stopping,” Moshe Margaretten, 40, told The Post from his Williamsburg home. “What we are doing now is trying to focus on high risk. Who is at the most risk?”
In the weeks since Taliban forces seized Kabul, Margaretten and his non-profit Tzedek Association have played a hand in the rescue of an Afghan prosecutor and her family and members of the Afghan women’s soccer team.
“Thank you @Tzedek_Assoc /https://tzedekassociation.org/for your incredible help w/ this life-saving rescue effort, including coordination to the
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