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Refreshment for Weary IDF Soldiers

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Throughout the year, the Fellowship Vehicle delivers snacks, internet connection, cheer, and respite to Israel Defense Forces soldiers serving at outposts around the country, often in desolation and dangerous places.

During the current wave of terror in Israel, the vehicle has been conscripted to serve the Fellowship-adopted Jerusalem Border Police soldiers as they work long, dangerous shifts to protect the Jewish citizens of Jerusalem and the surrounding areas.

The vehicle has delivered ice cream, candy, soda, and the tangible reminder that Fellowship supporters around the world stand with Israel and her defenders, especially during times of crisis. The eager smiles on the faces of the soldiers make it clear that this small kindness means a lot.

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