Project Spotlight: Backpacks for Jerusalem’s Border Police

Project Spotlight: Backpacks for Jerusalem’s Border Police

Credit:IFCJ

The Israel Border Police who patrol the Arab neighborhoods in and around east Jerusalem are well equipped for their protection (gun, communication equipment, protective gear, etc.). However, they must provide all other supplies for their personal needs during their long patrols.

To help with this need during the current wave of terror, The Fellowship is distributing 4,100 backpacks to Jerusalem’s Border Police, each filled with supplies including a phone charger, fleece jacket, gloves, neck warmer, and water canteen. The backpacks are branded in Hebrew with the message: “To Border Police Soldiers with Fellowship.”

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