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Over the first six months of 2021, Israel has welcomed more than 11,000 new Jewish immigrants, marking a rise of 30% in Aliyah compared to the same time period last year. And once again the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem has played a...
The atmosphere was filled with excitement, but shhh, it is a surprise! With joy, the ICEJ’s AID team recently went about gathering special messages of encouragement from ICEJ national offices around the world and preparing care gift packages...
A group of 114 Bnei Menashe who were stuck in transit for the past month in New Delhi due to some having coronavirus finally landed in Israel on Sunday as part of an emergency airlift arranged by the Jewish Agency and Shavei Israel, with the...
Ilan Keith Isaacson is security chief for the Eshkol Regional Council, which stretches across 40 kilometers of the 65-kilometer Israeli border with Gaza. During a recent interview for the weekly ICEJ Webinar series online, he shared about the...
Nicole Yoder, ICEJ Vice President for AID and Aliyah, just visited Israeli communities near the Gaza border to offer support and see how they are doing since the recent Gaza conflict ended. Arriving at the Sadot Negev Resilience Center, Nicole was...
In keeping within Israel’s visa regulations for foreign volunteers, sadly we must say goodbye to three amazing and professional women with unique giftings. These ladies dedicated several years of their lives serving residents at our Haifa Home...
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem joined Operation Lifeshield on Monday (14 June) in hosting a visit to Israeli communities along the Gaza border to assess recovery and security efforts in the wake of the recent rocket war with Hamas,...
Last week we reported about 115 Bnei Menashe immigrants from India who were on their way to Israel but were stopped in transit in New Delhi after a number tested positive for coronavirus. Thankfully, we can now update you that many donors responded...
With India currently suffering from a major surge in coronavirus deaths and infections, the Israeli government recently decided to speed up the Aliyah process for 548 members of the Bnei Menashe community in northeast India who had already been...
The decision to immigrate to a new country is not always an effortless walk in the park. Much paperwork is required, and permissions need to be granted. Once these hurdles are overcome, the path ahead may not be so simple and straight forward, and...

 

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