Support the Extensive Aliyah Work of ICEJ

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5 Mar 2016
Support the Extensive Aliyah Work of ICEJ

The ICEJ is active in helping Jews make Aliyah from all over the globe and we are motivated to partner with the Lord in this amazing work.


In northeastern India, 712 members of the group known as the Bnei Menashe have been approved for Aliyah and will soon begin to arrive in Israel.  The Bnei Menashe believe they are the descendants of the tribe of Manasseh. Overall, there are still about 7,000 Jews remaining in that community which suffered a 6.7 magnitude earthquake in January, which damaged or destroyed many homes. These precious people are more than ready to come to Israel to start their new lives.


The drop in Russian currency, inflation and a weakened economy now in recession is influencing many Jews to move to Israel. Many Jewish parents feel there is no future for their children in Russia, and Aliyah has more than doubled in the past few years. ICEJ has been working in Russia since before the fall of the Berlin Wall and helps more that 1,000 Jews a year from its oldest Aliyah base in St. Petersburg.


Another group of Jews from the ancient Chinese capital of Kaifeng will soon arrive in Israel. Although this community is quite small, the interest in them and their Aliyah is remarkable among the Chinese people. Ezekiel prophesied long ago that the return of the Jews to their land would be a witness to the unsaved (Ezek. 36:23-25) and this is what is happening in China. As northern China experiences a major spiritual revival, the Holy Spirit is also opening their eyes to God’s plan for Israel and the Jewish People.


Aliyah numbers from France and other Western European countries continue to increase, fueled predominantly by high levels of anti-Semitism and a weak economy. The government of Israel has expanded its efforts to improve the quality of absorption for the European Jews to successfully integrate into Israeli society. The ICEJ has been very active in helping low-income Jewish families, who are living in dangerous neighborhoods, such as the suburbs of Paris.

You can join us in being a part of the fulfillment of prophecy and help finance more flights! Visit


New wave: Ethopia 

Ethiopian Jews came to Israel in several waves, assisted by the Israeli government. The ICEJ has supported the Ethiopian absorption in Israel since 1992, but many Jews in Ethiopia are still waiting for their journey home.

Last November the decision was made to bring them home. Our help is needed to gradually and steadily help them move to Israel and adapt to the new cultural environment.

Please help us bring the Jews of Ethiopia back to Israel. You can donate at


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