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New Immigrants from Turkey Feel Blessed by The Fellowship!

(Photo: Noam Moskowitz)

Every day Jews around the world dream of making aliyah (immigrating to Israel), but they cannot fulfill this dream for many reasons, such as financial troubles or worries about beginning a new life with no support. Thankfully, the Fellowship’s aliyah program helps these immigrants through informational seminars, financial aid, and helpful volunteers. So when we received this thank-you letter from a couple who are originally from Turkey, we felt excited to know our program is changing the lives of Jews around the world for the better.

Dear Fellowship,

We are Ahmet and Zehra from Turkey.

We made aliyah on the 20th of February with the help of The Fellowship, especially the Fellowship’s Freedom Flight coordinator for Turkey.

This was our dream, but we didn't have the courage to do it. The Fellowship coordinator talked to us a lot. He informed us about the entire aliyah program at The Fellowship. He gave us the courage to do it. He made our dreams come true.

I would like to thank The Fellowship for all the help and for standing beside us throughout the process.

We have just arrived in Israel. It is only the beginning. We hope we will succeed after this too.

I just wanted to thank The Fellowship and our coordinator for everything.

Best,

Zehra and Ahmet

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