Israel

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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.

Fellowship Blog

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.

Fellowship Blog

92-Year-Old WWII Rescuer Meets the Jews She Saved During the Holocaust

After all these years, Melpomeni Dina had a chance to meet the Israeli siblings who she helped save during the Holocaust reports CBN News.

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‘Death to America! Death to Israel!’

Protesters in Iran mark the 40th anniversary of the takeover of the American embassy as tensions remain high today.

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Aliyah — Israel’s Hope and Future

For Jews coping with the reality of rising anti-Semitism, the opportunity to make new lives in the Holy Land — through the support of friends like you — fulfills God’s promise “to prosper and not to harm you.”

Fellowship Blog

11 Biblical Experiences in Israel You’ll Never Forget

In the Holy Land, you can walk in the footsteps of the Bible.

Fellowship Blog

‘It’s Good for Us Here’

Since war broke out between pro-Russian separatists and the Ukrainian government five years ago, the Onyshchenko family, who are Jewish, have endured one crisis after another.

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‘In Israel, I Feel Like I’m Treated Equally’

A trusted Fellowship partner shares his personal story of making aliyah (immigrating to Israel) and the freedom he experiences in the Holy Land.

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Photo Friday: Like a Bird to Your Mountain

A Tristram's Grackle perches atop Masada near the Dead Sea.

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Photo Friday: Defending the Fatherless and Oppressed

An IDF officer assures Israeli children who live in the southern town of Kiryat Malachi, near the Gaza border where rockets constantly threaten.

Fellowship Blog

The Figure We All Followed

Meir Shamgar, a founding father of Israel's legal system and president of the Israeli Supreme Court, passed away at the age of 94.

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Bringing God’s People Home

Yael looks back on her own aliyah (immigration to Israel), and at the thousands of olim (immigrants) whose lives have been changed by The Fellowship’s faithful friends who made it possible for them to come home to the Holy Land.

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Iran KO’d for Anti-Israel Stance

The Islamic Republic has been banned indefinitely from international judo competitions after it forced an Iranian athlete to lose, lest he face an Israeli competitor.

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‘I Tried Incessantly for Unity’

PM Netanyahu tells Israeli President Rivlin that he's been unable to form a ruling coalition, so now Netanyahu's rival Gantz will get the opportunity to try.

Fellowship Blog

From Kindertransport to Kibbutz

An Israeli community made up of many who survived the Holocaust as children is now a large maker of carpentry products for Jewish houses of worship around the world.

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Creating Israel’s National Diet

Sarah Bavly was a chemist and nutritionist whose decades of work helped better the health of the people of Israel.

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Photo Friday: A Festival to the Lord

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin decorates his sukkah for Sukkot with Israeli children.

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