Israel will allow olim (immigrants) from Venezuela to move to the Holy Land.
IFCJ in the News
Writing at The Jerusalem Post, Rabbi Eckstein says we have a moral responsibility not to forget the survivors of the Holocaust, many of whom still struggle through life.
USA Today's Michele Chabin looks at how The Fellowship and our faithful Christian supporters help ease the suffering of impoverished Holocaust survivors.
A survey by The Fellowship shows that the majority of new immigrants to Israel face both economic and employment-related difficulties.
Due to poverty and harsh conditions, many Venezuelan Jews are making aliyah (immigrating to Israel) thanks to The Fellowship and our faithful friends.