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Faces of The Fellowship: Frieda

Faces of The Fellowship: Frieda

Frieda, an elderly Jewish woman Yael met on her recent trip to Ukraine, is still scarred by what she experienced during the Holocaust. Frieda is 94 years old, and her memory is jumbled because of her health and age. Yet, as she told her scattered stories of the Nazis, they all ended with her memory of “the blood, the blood."

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Faces of The Fellowship: Tatiana

Faces of The Fellowship: Tatiana

Tatiana, 70, still remembers observing Jewish tradition as a child, even during the harsh years of Soviet rule. She continues to inspire her family – her daughter, Lyuba, and grandchildren, Anton, 19, and Augusta, 12 – to hold onto their faith. She is the reason they frequently participate in Kiev’s Jewish community. The Fellowship has been a major part of the family’s life for many years now.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Igor

Faces of The Fellowship: Igor

When the hostilities in Donetsk, Ukraine, started, Igor’s wife, Anna, was pregnant. The couple lived close to the Donetsk airport, which has been the site of a lot of violence during the conflict in the region. Early on in the fighting, Igor and Anna decided that they could not stay in the city. After temporarily moving to several different cities and sustaining damage to their home in Donetsk, they finally decided to move to their spiritual homeland, Israel, on a Fellowship Freedom Flight.

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