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The Fellowship Responds to Druze Refugee Crisis in Syria

The Fellowship is providing aid to more than 50 Druze refugee families who fled Syria for Jordan to escape the violence. Founder and President of The Fellowship Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein says the Druze people are “true partners to Israel’s security and wellbeing.”

Also this week in Israel in the News:

• Nuclear talks deadline is extended as Iran hardens its stance against inspections and research limits.
• NATO allies and the U.S. pledge support to defend Eastern Ukraine with plans for a “rapid response force.”
• Holocaust hero Nicolas Winton, who helped rescue hundreds of Jewish children from the Nazis, died this week at the age of 106

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features The Fellowship‘s Yael Eckstein on a shared love for freedom.

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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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The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) funds humanitarian aid to the needy in Israel and in Jewish communities around the world, promotes prayer and advocacy on behalf of the Jewish state, and provides resources that help build bridges of understanding between Christians and Jews.

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