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Photo Friday: New Year, New Home, New Life

The second historic Fellowship Freedom Flight – a flight that brought another 200 Ukrainian Jews to the Holy Land, allowing them to leave the chaos and violence of their country behind and make aliyah (immigrate to Israel). Daniel Bar On

This past week saw the second historic Fellowship Freedom Flight – a flight that brought another 200 Ukrainian Jews to the Holy Land, allowing them to leave the chaos and violence of their country behind and make aliyah (immigrate to Israel). Here, a father and his child arrive at Ben Gurion airport in Tel Aviv, ready for their new life and new home. We could not do this without the generosity and love of you, our faithful supporters. Shabbat shalom, friends.

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