Young Women from the FSU Welcome Ukrainian Jews Home

The Fellowship provides and cares for young girls from the former Soviet Union (FSU) who moved to Israel by themselves for a better future, education, and to further their relationship with God. Now, watch as these young women welcome new immigrants from Ukraine who made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) with The Fellowship.

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