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Welcoming Home New Immigrants from Today’s Freedom Flight!

Ukrainian family makes aliyah to Israel. (Photo: Daria Alekseyenko)

Today, The Fellowship welcomed around 140 new olim (immigrants) to the Holy Land on our most recent Fellowship Freedom Flight!

Many of these olim are refugees from war-torn eastern Ukraine. After landing in the Ben Gurion Airport, the tired, but happy, olim were welcomed by Fellowship volunteers, including high school students from the Ulpana Tzefira. The volunteers sang and handed out balloons to the children as the olim entered the terminal.

We welcome these new immigrants with joy and hope they will find blessings and happiness in the Holy Land!

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