Twenty-six Jews from Venezuela were among many olim (immigrants) to take Fellowship Freedom Flights to their biblical homeland this week.
IFCJ in the News
New campaign by The Fellowship calls on the U.S. to take a tougher stand against Qatar and others who support terrorism.
For Jewish American Heritage Month, celebrated during May, Rabbi Eckstein was in Washington, D.C., yesterday to receive an award from Congress.
This week, 240 new olim (immigrants to Israel) made aliyah to the Holy Land aboard the latest Fellowship Freedom Flight.
The Fellowship continues to provide aliyah (immigration to Israel) for Venezuela's Jews who seek to escape anti-Semitism, a failing economy, and food shortages.