IFCJ in the News
After his recent bridge-building trip to South Korea, Rabbi Eckstein was encouraged for the nation's support for the Jewish state and the Jewish people.
More than 70 years after WWII ended, The Fellowship helped 45 survivors of the Holocaust at long last celebrate their bar and bat mitzvahs at the holiest site in Judaism.
As Israel celebrated Aliyah Week, honoring the immigrants who make the Jewish state what it is, 227 new olim (immigrants) arrived on Fellowship Freedom Flights.
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.
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