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Passports of Jerusalem-Born Americans

Recently, a U.S. Supreme Court ruling particularly troubled Stand for Israel, many of our followers, and those in Israel and the Jewish state’s supporters. This ruling, that the U.S. will not recognize its citizens who were born in Jerusalem to have been born in Israel, was not only troubling, but confusing. Fellowship Senior Vice President, speaking from the Holy Land, provides an explanation of what is going on.

Tags: Yael Eckstein , Video , US-Israel Relations

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More than 60 Fellowship supporters join Rabbi Eckstein and Fellowship staff on a tour of Israel, which includes visits to project areas and biblical and historic sites in the Holy Land.

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