IFCJ in the News
The Israeli government has increased its aid to Jewish immigrants who have fled Venezuela's violence and instability aboard Fellowship Freedom Flights.
New campaign by The Fellowship calls on the U.S. to take a tougher stand against Qatar and others who support terrorism.
For Jewish American Heritage Month, celebrated during May, Rabbi Eckstein was in Washington, D.C., yesterday to receive an award from Congress.
The Lions of the North air defense battalion, which is one adopted by The Fellowship and our faithful supporters, was responsible for downing a Syrian drone that encroached on Israeli territory in the Golan Heights.
Rabbi Eckstein writes that Holocaust Remembrance Day, which begins Sunday at sundown, is not just a day for remembering those who were lost, but for helping those who survived.
The Fellowship and our faithful supporters are once again providing for Israel's neediest this holy season.
With Passover beginning in just one week, The Fellowship is delivering matzah and other much-needed items to 50,000 impoverished Jews in the former Soviet Union (FSU).
The Fellowship continues its mission of bridge-building between the Jewish state and the Jewish people and African-American Christians.
An IDF-prep program supported by The Fellowship and our faithful friends is helping young people from an overlooked and often neglected sector of Israeli society.
After the latest wave of threats and anti-Semitic attacks, The Fellowship is urging Christians and Jews to "build bridges in response to hatred."
Once again this winter, The Fellowship and our faithful supporters have provided aid to thousands of needy elderly across Israel.
After a series of fires devastated Haifa, many of them the result of terrorist arson, The Fellowship and our faithful friends have helped the Israeli city replant and grow again.
Jewish refugees from Ukraine arrived in their biblical and historic homeland aboard the latest aliyah flight provided by The Fellowship and our faithful friends.
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