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Faces of The Fellowship: Shaul

Eighty-four-year-old Shaul rarely leaves his apartment. This widower who made aliyah from Iraq struggles to survive with limited food, medicine, and heat during the frigid winter months.

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Project Spotlight: Renovations at Neve Michael Children’s Home

Thanks to our wonderful donors, one of the oldest homes at the Fellowship-supported Neve Michael, which was in desperate need of repair, was recently renovated! Now the home has more open spaces, which has turned this once dull and cramped home into a bright, welcoming space for the children. Additionally, two new rooms for after-school activities were added. 

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Four Reasons King David Chose Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

While we take it for granted that David captured Jerusalem and made it Israel's capital, we need to remember that at the time this was a surprising move. No judge or king had established any capital, let alone one in a place that was difficult to conquer. Why did David choose Jerusalem? Jewish scholars and historians suggest four reasons.

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The Miracle of Israel’s Christian Friends

A Fellowship writer in the Holy Land rejoices at the Christian friends he recently made, as well as the biblical prophecy he sees taking place in the modern state of Israel.

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Israelis You Should Know: Gertrud Kraus

Gertrud Kraus was a pioneering Israeli dancer and instructor of the arts.

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