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The Holocaust: Who Are the Missing Million?

Since 1954, specialists at Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust memorial, have been working to track all the 6 million Holocaust victims and their stories. They reach out to the Jewish community, survivors, or family members of the victims to add to their ever growing collection of photos and stories – as displayed in the Hall of Names – so that no one will be forgotten. As Holocaust survivors continue to pass away, they are working harder than ever to identify the remaining victims.

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Help and Hope for a Mom of a Special-Needs Son

When Gali married her husband, the young couple felt extremely lucky to have found each other. They also enjoyed their careers – Gali worked as an engineer and her husband was free to explore his talents as an artist. Eventually, they wanted to begin a family. Unfortunately, the birth of their son, though a blessing, also ushered in challenges they never anticipated.

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A New Life on a Kibbutz

Anastasia, 31, planned to spend her whole life in Donetsk, Ukraine, a place she knew was home. “It was what we knew and things were going very well,” she says. “Then the war came.” Thankfully, the family can count on The Fellowship.

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A Beautiful Thank You Letter From a Fellowship-Supported Orphanage

We are excited to announce one of the Tikva children, Bentzi, just got married! Tikva Children's Home, a Fellowship-supported orphanage, in Odessa, Ukraine, gives a home to orphans who have been abused or abandoned. While these children have suffered from neglect so early in their lives, Tikva allows them to grow up healthy and strong - making for many success stories like Bentzi's!

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Elie Wiesel receiving ‘Honorary Citizen of the City of Jerusalem award’ from Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat on 7 December 2015.

Heartbroken in Hebron

Once again, we are heartbroken in Israel. Last week a 13-year-old Jewish girl was murdered by a terrorist while she slept. A day later Rabbi Miki Mark, father of ten, was gunned down by terrorists as he was driving his wife and two of his children. 

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“I Am All Alone”

Watch this Holocaust survivor’s story right now on Facebook

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