We don’t need no olim

Who will aid olim seeking to built their lives in Jerusalem?

January 31, 2018 18:44
2 minute read.
We don’t need no olim

‘Olim’ arrive in Israel at the end of 2017.. (photo credit: FACEBOOK)


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