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146 French Immigrants Arrive in Israel!

(Photo: Noam Moskovich)

Singing, dancing, and good cheer filled the arrival terminal at Ben Gurion Airport as new olim (immigrants) from France arrived safely in Israel this morning on the most recent Fellowship Freedom Flight.

The new olim were warmly greeted by members of Fellowship staff, volunteers from the Bnei Akiva youth group, and families from the Brukhin community. The new immigrants feel so blessed by The Fellowship for bringing them to their biblical homeland! Many explained how they’ve dreamed of making aliyah (immigrating to Israel), and now they know they have a bright future ahead.

After their arrival, the olim took buses to a Fellowship Absorption Seminar that will help prepare them for the first stage of their new lives in Israel.

The seminar will include a series of informative lectures about their first steps in Israel, such as job searching and an introduction to the health care and education system in Israel.

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

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