Aliyah to Israel Continues
The Fellowship | February 4, 2022
The Jewish communities in the former Soviet Union have long found themselves threatened, from turn-of-the-century pogroms to the Holocaust perpetrated by the Nazis during World War II to the communist war against people of faith after the war ended.
But as they face yet another threat, Yael talked with CBN’s Julie Stahl about how God’s children now have friends devoted to helping them make aliyah (immigrate) to Israel, the land God promised them:
And while Ukrainian Jews are continuing to immigrate to Israel, no “big Exodus” is expected, said Yael Eckstein, President and CEO of The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ)…
Eckstein recently returned from a visit to the Ukraine. CBN News spoke with Eckstein about the situation of the Jewish community in the Ukraine during this cold winter and these uncertain times. She said her organization continues to work with needy Jewish people despite the circumstances.
“We continue during times of peace, during times of war and we’re not affected by nor involved in any of the politics around it. We have one objective and that is to provide food and clothing and heat and medicine to the least of these,” Eckstein told CBN News…