Gil Hoffman, political correspondent and analyst for the Jerusalem Post for the past 25 years, was on the Ukrainian-Moldavian border a few days ago. He speaks with Eve Harow about the increasingly terrible situation, the fear, the tremendous help being given to the refugees and the faith and hope he witnessed. Chabad, the International Federation of Christians and Jews who sponsored his trip, IsraAid, Moldavians, Germans and others are working around the clock to alleviate the crisis. There’s no reason for this war; if Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett can help then let’s wish him well. Thousands are suddenly without homes or money and most countries are doing nothing to help. Lesson to be learned? No doubt.