Latest Fellowship Freedom Flight Brings Home Ukrainian Jews

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Latest Fellowship Freedom Flight Brings Home Ukrainian Jews

“I am so grateful for this opportunity to come and live in Israel with the help of The Fellowship and to establish in the land of my ancestors, my historic homeland.”

Among the immigrants who participated in the flight there are 117 families, which will all settle in the north and centre of Israel. The immigrants of the upcoming flight will also receive assistance from the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship).

The eldest immigrant is 86 years old, and along with her, 52 children will become citizens, 7 of them are under 2 years old.

According to Valentina, who is coming on aliyah with her husband and three children, her child's life was saved miraculously a few times during the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. "Life under a shelter had become a routine during the time we were living in Mariupol. There was fighting at one point that forced us to stay within a shelter for over two months."

"The day-to-day situation in the Ukraine now is awful and only getting worse" said Olga, another immigrant on the flight. "Throughout the battles, as they became more stressful, my family and I were forced to live on the streets. I am so grateful for this opportunity to come and live in Israel with the help of The Fellowship and to establish in the land of my ancestors, my historic homeland."

Maria and her two children came to Israel from the city of Donetsk. This is their first time in the country.

"I have never been to Israel before but I am confident that this is the best place for my family and me. We lived in fear, I was depressed during this period more than once and my son developed a stutter as a result of these difficult times. I fell in love with Israel before I set foot in it, I love the country and the endless opportunities it may offer me."

To help provide a Freedom Flight to safety in the Holy Land, please give to On Wings of Eagles today. You can give the priceless gift of rescue and care for Jews praying for hope.

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“I am so grateful for this opportunity to come and live in Israel with the help of The Fellowship and to establish in the land of my ancestors, my historic homeland.”

 

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