Yael’s Holy Land Reflections
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.”
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.
One of The Fellowship’s greatest advantages is being on the ground in Israel, allowing us to understand the intricate and subtle needs of Israel’s most vulnerable populations.
During the High Holy Days, we reach toward the heavens. But afterwards, we bring godliness into this world by reaffirming our trust in Him and sharing our faith with others.
Before the High Holy Days began, Yael shared this reflection on the meaning of the holidays — for Jews and Christians alike — with our friends at Fox News.
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