Over 200 New Immigrants Arrive Home on Fellowship Freedom Flights

Over 200 New Immigrants Arrive Home on Fellowship Freedom Flights

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New olim (immigrants) from areas as diverse as Brazil, Ukraine, and Argentina arrived in the Holy Land on Wings of Eagles, and 41 of them were children. Arutz Sheva tells us more:

IFCJ’s Founder and President, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, also welcomed the second group of olim on Monday . . .

“Every flight of olim that lands in Israel is the fulfillment of the Zionist vision and contributes positively to the strength of Israeli society. Both on Monday’s and Tuesday’s flights, we have teachers, architects, doctors, nurses, and dozens of children who will integrate quickly and enrich our society,” he said.

“I am proud to stand at the forefront of an organization that helps thousands of olim come to Israel every year, and I call upon the Israeli public to accept the new arrivals with open arms. I also wish to thank Minister Landver of the Immigration and Absorption Ministry and her devoted staff members for the joint effort to ensure the successful absorption of the new olim in Israel.”

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