211 new olim (immigrants) arrived in the Holy Land yesterday aboard The Fellowship's latest Freedom Flight from Ukraine.
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Writing at The Times of Israel, Fellowship Senior Vice President Yael Eckstein speaks fondly of her recent visit to America, but says that the Holy Land is her home.
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Tomorrow, 211 new olim (immigrants) will arrive in the Holy Land aboard the latest Fellowship Freedom Flight as they make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) to escape the ongoing fighting in Ukraine.
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