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“One thing is clear throughout this pandemic, and that is the fact that Jewish people around the world are flocking to Israel for the safety, security, and stability they know they can find here,” said Yael Eckstein.
Aliyah Day is a celebratory holiday in Israel honoring the ingathering of God’s people. We can think of no better way to celebrate than by providing prophetic rescue for Jews in desperate need. Join in this prophetic celebration with your gift today.
On today’s program, Fellowship President and CEO, Yael Eckstein explains the significance of Aliyah to the future of the nation of Israel.
For Jews coping with the reality of rising anti-Semitism, the opportunity to make new lives in the Holy Land — through the support of friends like you — fulfills God’s promise “to prosper and not to harm you.”
On today’s program, Fellowship President and CEO Yael Eckstein shares her gratitude for experiencing Aliyah (ah-lee-YAH’) in her own life, along with the lives of her husband and children.
In Israel, Yom HaAliyah, or Aliyah Day begins at sundown on November 4 and ends at sundown on November 5. So as we prepare to celebrate this day, test your knowledge by taking our quiz.
Here are six major reasons why The Fellowship and our faithful friends continue to bring Jewish people home to Israel.
Thanks to committed global partners and friends who care, The Fellowship has rescued more than 750,000 Jewish people for more than 25 years through Freedom Flights. Jewish people from the four corners of the earth have made aliyah, coming home to the land of Israel.
Fellowship President and CEO Yael Eckstein tells her story on making Aliyah, immigrating to Israel, with her new husband. At first, though, she was opposed to leaving everything that was familiar, all that she had known growing up in America. But when God changed her mind, there was no going back and has made her home in the Holy Land.
Rabbi Eckstein shares a special message about Aliyah Day, which Israelis celebrate today, and is a tribute to the immigrants who have helped make the Jewish state the thriving nation that it is today.
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