Jan Zabinski with lion at Warsaw Zoo

Fellowship Blog

The Warsaw Zoo to the Rescue

Jan and Antonina Zabinski used their positions at the Warsaw Zoo to save Polish Jews during the Holocaust.

Cave in Judean desert, site of discovered biblical texts

Stand For Israel

2,000-Year-Old Biblical Text Found in Israel

The Israel Antiquities Authority has made an astounding finding in the Judean desert - the first of its kind since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Yael Eckstein bakes matzah, the unleavened bread of Passover

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

The First Passover

As the Jewish people prepare to celebrate Passover, the "Lord's Festival of Unleavened Bread," Yael shows us how to bake matzah, the biblical food that reminds us of God's deliverance.

Bracha Zefira

Stand For Israel

Bracha Zefira – Creating an Israeli Style of Music

A native Jerusalemite, Bracha Zefira pioneered Israeli music during Ottoman rule, the British mandate, and the early days of the Jewish state.

Runners by Knesset Menorah

Stand For Israel

Bringing Jerusalem to Runners (and Walkers) Around the World

If you're a runner (or a walker) and you stand for Israel, you'll be happy to know that our favorite jogging tour guides are still taking us around the Holy Land.

Elderly Jewish woman, Maria

Fellowship Blog

Look at Maria’s Smile

Fellowship friends like you have made sure that for once in her life, Maria knows something other than cold and hunger. Maria knows she is loved.

Old photo of Holocaust victim Father Jacques de Jesus, sitting and smiling in tattered priest robes

Fellowship Blog

‘An Example Worth Far More Than All the Teaching I Could Give’

Father Jacques was a French priest and teacher who used his school to shelter Jews from the Nazis, and who ultimately paid the ultimate price.

Samuel Willenberg, survivor of Treblinka

Fellowship Blog

Treblinka’s Last Witness

Samuel Willenberg was a Holocaust survivor who was the last remaining witness to the 1943 revolt at the Treblinka death camp, as well as an Israeli artist, sculptor, and writer.

Giora Feidman

Fellowship Blog

Giora Feidman – Klezmer Clarinetist

Giora Feidman is an Israeli clarinet player who specializes in Jewish klezmer music and whose playing featured in the movie Schindler's List.

elderly Jewish woman who the Fellowship blessed in 2020, ifcj year in photos

Fellowship Blog

How You Blessed 2020

This past year surely brought pain, loneliness, and loss to so many – in Israel, in the U.S., around the world, and perhaps even to you. But even as 2020 brought so much hardship, you brought comfort, generosity, and joy.

Dudu Fisher singing with Rabbi Eckstein

Fellowship Blog

Dudu Fisher – Singer and Friend of The Fellowship

Dudu Fisher is an Israeli cantor, singer, and stage performer, who is also a good friend of The Fellowship.

Jan Karski monument

Fellowship Blog

Jan Karski – The Messenger of a Holocaust Resistance

Jan Karski was a member of the Polish Resistance during World War II whose reports on the Warsaw Ghetto and other Nazi atrocities brought news of the Holocaust to the world.

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