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More French Jews Flee to Israel Thanks to The Fellowship

(Photo: Noam Moskovich)

On The Fellowship's most recent Freedom Flight, we brought home over a hundred Jews living in France and they are proud to officially become Israelis! Writers at The Jewish Press explain the excitement during the arrival of so many new immigrants in the Ben Gurion Airport.

More Jews are fleeing the rising terror and anti-Semitism in France. On Tuesday 145 new French immigrants landed at Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv.

The 38 families range from infancy to age 88 and include 78 children. They arrived with the assistance of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.

Learn how you can help other Jewish people make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) on a future Fellowship Freedom Flight. 

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