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The Fellowship Brings Prophecy to Life, Saves Jews in Danger

Family of Ukrainian olim arrive on Freedom Flight, June 28, 2016 (Photo: IFCJ)

Over the past two years, thousands of Jewish olim (immigrants) have been able to leave anti-Semitism and danger behind and make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) on Fellowship Freedom Flights. The Fellowship and our faithful supporters are not just providing new lives and hope for God's people, writes Breaking Israel News' Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz, we are helping fulfill biblical prophecy:

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) is bringing Biblical prophecy to life by helping scattered Jews from all over the world make their home in Israel.

In late June, the IFCJ, chaired by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, sponsored two flights, bringing Jews to Israel from France and the Ukraine, a move proven more urgent now than ever as Jews abroad are facing anti-Semitism on a near daily basis.

Muslim-fueled anti-Semitism is making French Jews feel threatened, with emigration rapidly on the rise.

The June 28 flight of 83 French Jews was the first IFCJ flight from France to Israel. The IFCJ is sponsoring a flight of 200 French Jews in August and they already have 2,000 more requests for the coming months...

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