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You Can Provide the Miracle of Aliyah

This brief video will give you a powerful “window” into the lives of Jews in countries of distress, and how your gifts are helping rescue them. Please take a moment to watch now.

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A Double Blessing in Aliyah

When they boarded that initial flight in Kiev, we did not know Vladimir would soon be facing a life-threatening medical condition. But thanks to expert care in their new home of Netanya, Israel, he...

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Escaping Terror in Their Own Neighborhood

Igor and his wife, Olga, lived in terror for months. They lived in eastern Ukraine, and the constant gunfire placed their lives in danger. One morning, Igor and Olga fled to central Ukraine with...

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Arriving on the Wings of Eagles

This prophesied return of Jewish Exiles to Israel included the "lost tribe" of Dan whose descendants lived in Ethiopia. The Fellowship and our On Wings of Eagles program helped rescue these needy...

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Liora: Finally Home

Seventeen years ago, Liora started a journey when she made Aliyah (immigrated to Israel) from Russia as a 14-year-old girl and began attending a Fellowship-funded boarding school in Jerusalem. But...

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From Fear and Danger to a New Life

In Exodus 19:4, God told Moses, "You yourselves have seen … how I carried you on eagles' wings and brought you to myself." This verse has been an inspiration for The Fellowship's On Wings of...

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Alena: A Bright Future in Israel

Alena, 20, was born in Odessa, Ukraine, the only child of a Jewish mother and non-Jewish father. In her early teens, Alena went with a friend to an activity center run by The Fellowship, funded by...

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Anna: Uncovering Her Jewish Identity

Until the age of nine, Anna had no idea she was Jewish. Being a Jew was dangerous in the former Soviet Union where she grew up, so Anna's mother hid her identity from her and married a Russian man...

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Rashel: Home in Israel — At Last

Rashel's mother, who was Jewish, was kidnapped by a Muslim man in Casablanca, Morocco, when she was thirteen. Soon after, she became pregnant and gave birth to Rashel in Morocco.

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A Dream Come True in Israel

Lous and her two children — ages 7 and 12 — immigrated to Israel four months ago from Colombia, where they lived in fear and danger. Nearly everyone in this single mother's town was anti-Semitic,...

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Answered Prayers in the Holy Land

Avitch, 58, was a farmer in a small village in Ethiopia, but he and his wife longed to move to Israel. So they moved to Gondar with their children and applied to move to the Holy Land. While there,...

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Kayla: From sadness and tragedy to new life in Israel

Kayla’s shyness masks a life of sadness and tragedy. She remembers a happy childhood with her mother in the Ukraine, and a good relationship with her father who worked on ships and was away for...

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Asher: Grateful to be living in Israel

Nineteen-year-old Asher remembers his early childhood in Ethiopia as a constant struggle to survive. His parents divorced when he was six years old and his mother worked tirelessly to feed Asher...

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A member of the lost tribe of Manasseh returns home

Ovadiah is a member of the Bnei Menashe, descendants of one of Israel's "lost tribes" living in rural India. From the time he was a little boy, his parents taught him about his Jewish heritage,...

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Elena: Escaping Religious Persecution

Elena, 30, made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) from Kyrgyzstan with her five-year-old son, Daniel, around six months ago. The political situation in Kyrgyzstan is very difficult and unstable in the...

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Rosa—The Steep Price of Anti-Semitism

Rosa, 27, was born into a family deeply rooted in Judaism. But her family paid a steep price for their faith. Rosa's grandfather faced tremendous anti-Semitism at work, and during the years of...

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Restoring Ethiopian Families in the Holy Land

For Tewodaj, an Ethiopian woman raised in a small farmer's village near the city of Gondar, moving to Israel was both the fulfillment of a life-long dream and a crushing disappointment.

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Can a Prophetic Return Prevent Another Holocaust?

The same deadly anti-Semitism that led the Nazis to cruelly exterminate 6 million Jews is growing stronger and spreading even farther today. Unquestionably, now is the time to save more Jewish...

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Raphael: The Greatest Gift of All

Rafael, 22, was raised in a traditionally Jewish home in Reims, France. He said that his pride in his Jewish identity, coupled with the anti-Semitism that is all too common in France, made him feel...

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You Answered Their Desperate Prayers for Help

Alexander and his family won't soon forget January 22. That's the day their usually quiet breakfast at their home in Ukraine was interrupted by the sound of heavy shelling. The family has decided...

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Single Mom of Six Finally Safe in the Holy Land

For years Oshra lived in fear of persecution for being a Jewish woman in Yemen, an Arab country ruled by the harsh dictates of Islamic law. The fact that she's now safe and freely practicing her...

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