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Ofrah: "I Will Never Forget My Christian Friends"

Ofrah is a religious woman who lives with her husband and eight children in the Israeli southern city of Netivot. "Children are a blessing and God has been good to us," smiles Ofrah. "We've done...

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Avraham - Guardians Provide a "Second Home" for a Child in Need

Avraham is six years old and lives with his mother, grandmother, and five-year-old cousin. Avraham's mother and grandmother arrived in Israel from Ethiopia ten years ago. Three years ago they took...

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"We rely on your kindness."

Slava is a 58-year-old immigrant from Odessa, Ukraine. He lives with his disabled wife in Ashdod. Each day Slava comes to the Mana Hama soup kitchen, where he fills two large plastic containers...

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Helping a Man Broken in Body and Spirit

By the time Tuvia reached Israel in 1995, he had already survived the evils of the two wickedest tyrants of the past century – Hitler and Stalin. He spent his early childhood years running, hiding,...

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Aviv Has Been Diagnosed with Cancer.

So many Jews in Israel struggle to afford life’s basic necessities. The Fellowship is working every day to give needy Jews the food and medical assistance they need to survive. You can help provide...

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When Daily Meals Aren't a Given

"To some people, having a warm meal every day is a given, but for me, and so many others who come here to eat, it's a matter of survival," says 60-year-old Liza as she sits at Nitzav Refael, a...

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Impoverished Widow Finds Needed Hope in Operation Winter Warmth

Tonya is 82 and lives alone in a decrepit apartment in one of the oldest and poorest neighborhoods in her part of the former soviet republic of Georgia. A 2002 earthquake destroyed the apartment's...

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Protecting an Israeli Hospital in a War Zone

Lea works at a hospital in the middle of a war zone. Barzilai Hospital is located in southern Israel, in the direct line of fire of the rockets launched regularly by terrorists in nearby Gaza....

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"The Fellowship made all the difference!"

Raya was 13 when she fled the former Soviet Union for Israel with her mother and younger brother. In Israel Raya experienced freedom for the first time. "I was able to walk the streets on Sabbath...

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A Very Special Reason for Celebrating Israel's Independence

On April 16th, Israel celebrated her sixty-fifth anniversary of her independence. One person who has a special reason to celebrate is Bracha.

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We knew Israel was the only place where Jews can be free

Born in Ukraine, Alexander was only 11 when his family was forced to flee the approaching Nazi army. "We lived in a cabin that didn't have any heating," Alexander recalls of their rustic home in...

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"I come here to alleviate my hunger, my pain, and my sadness."

Every morning at 7:00 sharp, Gidon stands at the entrance of The Fellowship soup kitchen in Jerusalem, waiting anxiously for its doors to open. Although breakfast is not served until 7:30, Gidon...

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Olga: A desperate single mother receives strength to carry on

Olga came to Israel alone six years ago from the former Soviet Union, wanting to make a new start in life. She settled in Kiryat Shmona, where she met her husband. He had a good job with a steady...

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"You've Saved My Life!"

Bracha, a 39-year-old single mother, was in a serious car accident when she was 12 that affected her physically and mentally. She was in a coma for two months, and still has a limp and slurred...

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Helping a Brave Widower Know He's Not Alone

Yacov, an 88-year-old widower, survived Nazi occupation, the brutal murder of most of his family, and severe anti-Semitism even after the war. But his suffering isn't over. Today he struggles to...

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