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Project Spotlight: Refurbishing a Druze Children's Village

The Druze people are an important part of the Middle East and an important community in Israel, where they help defend the Holy Land through service in the IDF and take part in society as Israelis. The Fellowship has long done what it can to help Israel's Druze people, and this current project to renovate a children's village that serves Druze children who have been orphaned, abandoned, or abused is certainly one for which we, and the children being helped, are thankful for our many loving supporters.

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