The Israeli donation collection group said on Wednesday that the Jewish community, a city that lost its leadership and wife in the Jewish community at the weekend at the weekend at the weekend, was rescued in Antakya, a city that lost its leader and wife. According to Group Keren Hayesod, most of the remaining Jews of the eight families - the remaining Jews of the city have flew to Istanbul and are currently at the Jewish care home and the Jewish community members. The group has two other Jewish families that move to a safe area near Antakya. Keren Hayesod, Israel-Kazakh businessman Alexander Machkevitch, selected the role of the Jewish community of Istanbul and Keren Hayesod donors in providing operations. Machkevitch, Honorary President of the Avuro-Asian Jewish Congress, said, "Even in the hardest days of disaster, members of the Jewish community of Turkey have discovered the Union that characterized the Jewish people throughout the generations. Hazayesod. Take Times of Israel's Daily Edition with E -Posta and Best Stories Bulletin E -Posta never miss our address, register, take the conditions, you accept the conditions Israeli rescue workers found the bodies of community leader Saul Cenudioglu and his wife Fortuna in a complex extraction operation last Wednesday. It has been missing in Antakya since the earthquake, and in Turkey and Syria, widespread damage and killed more than 39,000. Their s were the first confirmed reports of s between the Turkish Jewish community. Advertising There has been a Jewish community for more than 2,500 years in Antakya, and the city of Flavius Josephus' “Wars of Jews”. The city, known as Anakia, was a key center before and after the destruction of the second Jewish temple in 70 AD. The community was numbered 20 before the earthquake, and after the earthquake, the 40 -year -old Torah arranged the removal of Scrolls from the synagogue.