Israel

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Your Blessings During Israel’s Crisis

While last week Israel found herself under attack once again, with the help of Christians around the world, a difficult time became a demonstrations of great blessing.

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Anti-Semitism with a Side of Vegan Sausage

A Fellowship writer reminds us of how important it is to be on the lookout for signs of prejudice and hate against the Jewish people even when others might not see it.

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No Such Thing as Returning to ‘Normal’

Writing at the Times of Israel, Jacob Magid explains what it’s like to live on a kibbutz (farming community) near the Gaza border after the latest rocket attack in Israel earlier this week.

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Doctors Deliver 21 Babies at Fellowship-Supported Hospital During Attacks

Even while rockets were raining down on Israel earlier this week, all of these precious babies were safely delivered in the fortified delivery room that Fellowship friends around the world helped to fund at Barzilai Hospital!

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Photo Friday: Stronger Than Lions

The "Lions of the Jewish Quarter" greet visitors to Jerusalem's Old City.

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Fellowship Supporters Provide Protective Vests to Israel’s First Response Volunteers

After hundreds of rockets were fired at Israel, a ceasefire has been reached. We are so thankful Fellowship supporters came to Israel’s aid when she needed it most.

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Rocket Slams Old Age Home

A resident of an elderly facility in southern Israel was wounded when a terrorist rocket from Gaza struck the senior center where she lives.

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Israel’s Youngest Heroes

Israeli children have spent the past two days hiding from constant rocket fire in this Fellowship-renovated public bomb shelter made possible by friends like you.

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Project Spotlight: Providing Security to Israelis Under Fire

Right now, The Fellowship is on the ground caring for the most vulnerable populations in the Holy Land — the elderly, young mothers and their children, and recent immigrants.

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

A Matter of Life and Death

Yael takes us inside the Fellowship-funded Security Command Center.

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Morning Rockets Shatter Brief Overnight Calm

Attacks on Israel have resumed, as southern Israeli schools remain closed and the Israeli government assesses the situation.

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The Day He Gave Israel His Heart

Fifty years ago, Zubin Mehta arrived in Israel to comfort the war-torn Holy Land, and then stayed for half a century.

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Israel Under Fire

Hundreds of rockets have been fired into Israel today by terrorists in Gaza. The people of Israel are in grave danger and need your help.

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Dispatch from a Bomb Shelter Somewhere in Israel

As red alert sirens sounded in Israel Tuesday morning, Israelis scrambled to their bomb shelters and safe rooms. Writing at the Times of Israel, Nurit Dekel tells us what it’s like to wake up to red alerts that continue throughout the day.

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150 Rockets Fired at Israel

Israel closes schools all the way to Tel Aviv and prepares for days of fighting after terrorists launch scores of rockets into the Holy Land.

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Hate Group Gets Hall Pass

Despite their anti-Semitic fervor, one college anti-Israel group has yet to be branded as what they are — a hate group.

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The Last Rabbi of Timbuktu

A Moroccan Jew who traveled to the Holy Land to study, Rabbi Mordechai spent much of the 19th century traveling and serving such far-flung lands as Syria, Algeria, Mali, and the Sahara.

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Feeding God’s People

Zdenka Samish revolutionized food preparation and preparation in pre-state Israel and continued her important work to help feed the modern Jewish state.

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From Germany to Israel with Love

Every year, a painter named Roland travels to Israel to show Holocaust survivors that "Germans are not the same people they were 70 years ago."

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At 85, Abbas Won’t Run for Reelection

Mahmoud Abbas, soon to turn 85, will not be the Fatah terrorist group's candidate in the next Palestinian elections.

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A Brick House of Worship

A synagogue in Brooklyn — headquarters of the Chabad movement — has been replicated all over the world.

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